Lawsuit against Sprint, Embarq proceeds; T-Mobile cuts G1 fees in UK

> A class-action lawsuit against Sprint Nextel and Embarq has been allowed to proceed, alleging that the companies violated federal laws related to retirement benefits. Article

> T-Mobile UK is cutting the monthly fee it charges customers to take home a G1 for free, down to $44 from $59 as the carrier faces stiff competition. Article

> FierceMobileContent took a look at the top premium iPhone applications of the year. Slideshow

> Japan's KDDI will deploy an LTE overlay across its CDMA network using equipment and networking solutions from Hitachi and Nortel. Article

And finally... Orange UK has launched an application where users can track their dog's collar on a map based off their mobile phone. Article

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