KeyOn, Alvarion bring WiMAX to Nevada; Droid X users love data

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> Dell appears to be targeting a late July launch for its Streak. Article

> KeyOn and Alvarion launched a WiMAX network in Southern Nevada. Release

> Microsoft could issue free Windows Phone 7 devices to all its employees. Article

> Another day another rumor: Apple's iPhone is purportedly heading to T-Mobile USA. Article

> Verizon Wireless' Droid X users are consuming five times the amount of data as other Verizon smartphone users (which has been estimated at 600-600 MB per month by Verizon Communications CFO John Killian). Article

> Hong Kong's CSL is planning an 1800 MHz/2600 MHz dual-band LTE network. Article

> Nokia and Siemens remain wary infrastructure partners, according to Wall Street Journal reporting. Article (sub. req.)

> Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W Va.) offered legislation that runs counter to the FCC's plan to auction the D Block. Article

Mobile Content News

> Bookseller chain Barnes & Noble introduced Nook for Android. Article

> Nokia continues to grow its Ovi Store content marketplace, with downloads now averaging more than 1.7 million a day. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched an updated version of its NFL Mobile application. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> A report from the FCC concludes that broadband service is not being deployed in a "reasonable and timely" manner. Article

> Nokia Siemens has gained some much-needed relevancy in the United States. Commentary

European Wireless News

> BT has chosen a dedicated long-range wireless solution instead of opting for GPRS. Article

> The Vodafone board of directors needs a vigorous overhaul, claims a leading investor group. Article

> O2 UK decided to appoint a managing director to lead the overall strategy and operation of the firm's financial services business. Article

> Ernst & Young claims operators are facing an explosive surge in the volume of data traffic within their networks. Article

And finally... Apple added Nokia to its "antenna hall of fame." Article

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