HSPA/LTE notebooks to grow in Europe; Hackers promise to unlock SIMlock on any phone

> The number of notebook computers equipped with HSPA/LTE mobile broadband connectivity in Europe will grow from 8.4 million last year to 49 million in 2013, a compound annual growth rate of 34.1 percent, according to new research from analyst firm Berg Insight. Article

> The Swedish Court of Appeals acquitted three former and two current Ericsson executives who had been charged for evasion of tax controls. Article

> Hackers promise to crack SIMlock on any phone. Article

> Among the first programs available in Apple's newly launched App Store is a free application called Remote (iTunes link), developed by Apple itself. Remote lets you control your iTunes library or an Apple TV all from your iPhone or iPod touch. Article

> SupplyNet announced its wireless inventory telemetry system, Prophet, and the TankLink hosted service has been certified for use on the Verizon Wireless network. Release

And Finally... Check out this window display of the new iPhone 3G that goes on sale tomorrow. Slideshow

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