Ericsson scores $1.3B India contract; ZTE gets new president

> Ericsson won a $1.3 billion network expansion deal from Indian operator Bharti Airtel. Article

> ZTE said Shi Lirong, currently its executive vice president, has been named president of the company. He succeeds Yin Yimin, ZTE's president for the past six years. Release

> Starbucks announced an expansion of its Starbucks Card Mobile App trial to more than 1,000 Target locations across the United States. Article

> Touchpad company Elan asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban imports of Apple products, including the iPad, which goes on sale Saturday. Article

> Canadian company Tranzeo Wireless, which makes wireless broadband and WiMAX systems, said it bought Aperto Networks. Article

And finally... Riverside Community Hospital in Riverside, Calif., is using a text message system to let people know how the long the wait time is at its emergency room. Article

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