IBM investing in mobile; senators urge Genachowski to 'fix' FCC

> IBM will invest $100 million into creating mobile Web services optimized for both consumers and enterprises. Article

> Senators urged Julius Genachowski, President Obama's nominee to be the next chairman of the FCC, to revive the commission. Article

> MetroPCS is expanding service into the area around Texarkana, Texas. Release

> Apple is scheduled to release its iPhone OS 3.0 software update today. Article

> Alvarion said it won a five-year, $100 million-plus contract from wireless broadband operator Open Range Communications. Article

> Nortel Networks CEO Mike Zafirovski will be forced to testify before the Canadian House Commons about why he and other executives got bonuses while pensioners and workers were having their benefits denied or delayed as the company wades through bankruptcy. Article

And finally... A 15-year-old Iowa girl, who sends about 14,000 texts per month, won the LG U.S. National Texting Championship. Article

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