Lines forming for 3G iPhone; WiMAX subs hit 2M

> Maravedis says that the worldwide WiMAX subscriber count has hit 2 million. Release

> Is Comcast's move toward WiMAX femtocells reactive? Opinion

> Meraki: More than 100,000 have used WiFi in San Fran. Article

> Vodafone's Ghana Telecom acquisition hits trouble. Article

> Orange goes ZAP, and launches its ad-supported video service. Article

And finally.... Lines are already forming at the Manhattan Apple store as consumers await the July 11 debut of the iPhone 3G. Article

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