Ericsson, Alca-Lu fight over market leadership; Sierra Wireless posts a loss

> Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent have gotten into an argument over which company is the largest infrastructure provider in North America, following comments by Ericsson CEO Carl-Henrick Svanberg. Article

> Wireless modem maker Sierra Wireless reported a $23.7 million first quarter loss, compared with earnings of $9.7 million in the year-ago quarter. Article

> Rumors are swirling about a possible second Palm device--the Eos--running the company's new webOS platform. Article

> Google, other companies and the Open Handset Alliance are facing a trademark lawsuit over the Android name. Article

> AT&T Mobility is reportedly testing a $3 per day unlimited calling plan through its GoPhone prepaid service; the carrier could not immediately respond to a request for comment on the topic. Article

> ST Ericsson, the joint venture between Ericsson and ST Microelectronics, is cutting 1,200 jobs. Article

And finally... A man in Alaska shoved a police officer just so he could join his brother in jail, who was was arrested earlier in the week on a criminal trespass charge. Article 

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