Ericsson, TeliaSonera claim LTE milestone; Bharti, MTN revive merger talks

> Ericsson and TeliaSonera say they have launched the world's first commercial LTE site in Stockholm, Sweden. Article

> India's Bharti Airtel and South Africa's MTN Group revived merger talks for a complex deal. Article

> All signs indicate Apple will unveil a new iPhone model at its WWDC event next month. Commentary

> Clearwire is getting more aggressive in its pricing plans for its Portland, Ore., market. Article

> Pictures of a Verizon Wireless-branded HTC Touch Pro 2 have popped up. Article

> The National Telecommunications and Information Administration delayed its submission and grant schedule for releasing broadband stimulus money by about three months. Article

> Microsoft is disputing published reports that claim its Windows Marketplace for Mobile application store will allow customers to share premium apps with other WinMo users. Article

> Brightpoint announced it entered into a logistics agreement with Clearwire. Release

> Orange Business Services unveiled an International M2M Center based at its Mobistar subsidiary in Brussels. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent is predicting 2010 will be the year femtocells take off. Article

And finally... A 6-year-old Nebraska boy took the wheel of his father's pickup truck and kept it from crashing after the father passed out from low blood sugar. Article

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