LG releases first U.S. netbook; Sony Ericsson's Android phone to land at AT&T?

> LG Electronics released its first netbook for the U.S. market, the LG X120, which will cost $179.99 when users sign a two-year data contract with AT&T Mobility. Release

> Sony Ericsson's first Android phone, the Xperia X10, will have support for UMTS HSPA 800/850/1900 MHz bands--meaning it could run on AT&T's network. Article

> Downloads at Nokia's Ovi Store surged 70 percent in October compared with September. Article

> Governments in Finland and Spain are considering measures that would see broadband as part of a universal service mandate. Article

> E-Plus and O2 Germany have started to discuss jointly bidding for spectrum and possibly sharing their networks. Article

> Ubiquisys introduced an outdoor femtocell designed to act like a mini outdoor base station, supporting a small number of users over a greater range than indoor femtocells. Article

And finally... A new arcade game puts users' texting speeds to the test. Article

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