Founder of Rogers Communications dies; Hacker ports Linux to iPhone

> Ted Rogers, the media mogul and founder of Canadian wireless operator Rogers Communications, died at his home in Toronto. He was 75. Article

> A hacker has successfully ported the Linux OS to Apple's iPhone 3G, potentially opening up alternative software avenues for the smartphone. Article

> What's wrong with the new BlackBerry Storm from Research In Motion? It's just plain buggy. Commentary

> TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology and handset maker QIGI announced the launch of the i6-Goal, the first Chinese commercial handset running on Google's Android OS. Article

> Former Sprint Nextel CIO Richard LeFave, who resigned earlier this year, took a consulting job with Validas, a Texas company that helps businesses manage their wireless bills. Article

> Nokia releases its Series 40 6th edition developer kit, coinciding with the release of the Nokia 6260 Slide, the latest phone running on the Series 40 platform. Article

And finally... Police in Florida arrested a teenager who allegedly stole $16 earrings from a JCPenny, put them in a bottle of water, and then swallowed them when confronted. X-Rays determined that the 18 year-old had, in fact, swallowed them. Article

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