ICO wins judgment against Boeing; ERF Wireless expands footprint

> A jury found that Boeing should pay ICO Communications $236 million in punitive damages for a breach of contract related to the building and launching of satellites. Article

> ERF Wireless says it has been granted 3.65 GHz licenses to expand its WiMAX footprint in Texas, New Mexico and Louisiana.  Article

> ABI Research said that it expects multi-mode chips that work with both LTE and WiMAX will be available in 2009. Release

> Buycell Wireless extended its exclusive purchasing and logistics contract with Brightstar for Verizon Wireless handsets, smart phones and data cards that Buycell sells. Release

And finally... A Minnesota man has been charged with stealing eight piggy banks from a home, where he netted $2,700. Article

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