Huawei ships 20M mobile broadband devices; T-Mobile launches new digitial picture frame

> Huawei announced that to date, it has shipped over 20 million mobile broadband units to 115 countries, while working with more than 230 mobile operators. Release

> T-Mobile USA launched the Cameo, a digital picture frame made by Parrot, that has a dedicated T-Mobile phone number and email address, so that pictures can be sent to it in real time. Release

> The price of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, which is not tied to any network, has been fluctuating throughout Europe as different countries bundle different services with it, though the base price remains the same, at $351. Article

> A group of handset makers, including LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson have launched a common energy rating system for phone chargers so customers can better compare which chargers save the most power. Article

And finally... A Florida man faces a domestic battery charge after he allegedly hit his girlfriend in the arm and face with a sandwich, and knocked her glasses off while she was driving on the highway. Article

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