Kajeet recruits moms to sell service; Google wants to help FCC craft broadband plan

> Some U.S. operators are undecided on whether they will apply for broadband stimulus funds. Article

> Nortel Networks' employee retirement fund is being taken over by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. Article

> MVNO Kajeet is recruiting moms to sell its service to other moms. Article

> Raytheon won a $24.4 million contract with the U.S. military to develop a technology called MAINGATE, or Mobile Ad hoc Interoperability GATEway. Article

> Google is aiming to help the FCC craft plans for a national broadband network by the February 2010 deadline. Article

> A new study claims that by 2017 there will be 418 million wireless notebook and netbook users worldwide generating a whopping 1.8 exabytes of traffic per month--a forty-fold increase over 2009. Article

> Amazon is in final negotiations with an unnamed U.K. mobile operator to have have its Kindle e-book working on a W-CDMA-based cellular network in time for the critical fourth-quarter holiday shopping season. Article

And finally... Hungry? A 151-pound cupcake near Minneapolis has been certified as the world's largest. Article

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