G1 offered at all T-Mobile stores; DTV delay may be imminent

> T-Mobile USA began selling the G1, the first phone running on Google's Android platform, in all of its retail stores on Jan. 24, not just in markets where the carrier has 3G UMTS service. Article

> A delay in the DTV transition appears imminent, with a floor vote in Congress expected this week. The compromise may allow 700 MHz spectrum owners to conduct testing in the band during the delay. Article

> U.K. wireless carrier 3 U.K. is launching a new mobile TV section called "3 On Demand" on its web portal. Article

> The U.K.'s Competition Commission ruled against regulator Ofcom's planned reduction in mobile termination rates. Article  

> AT&T offered a few details about its new 3G femtocell, called the 3G MicroCell. There is no word on pricing or a launch date. Article

> Verizon Wireless has begun launching a femtocell of its own, called the Network extender, which it is selling for $250. Article

And finally... Chefs in Mexico have concocted the world's largest cheesecake, weighing at more than two tons. Article

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