NAB urges more time for white-space comments; SanDisk sells business to Toshiba

> The National Association of Broadcasters is calling for more time for public comment following an FCC report that said certain unlicensed white-space devices won't cause interference to broadcasters. Article

> SanDisk said it agreed to sell Toshiba 30 percent of the manufacturing operations the companies have in joint ventures in a $1 billion deal. Article

>The mobile WiMAX revolution will take a long time to fully play out, a FierceBroadbandWireless contributor says. Commentary

> Shares of Swedish vendor Ericsson rose after the company posted better-than-expected net profits, though still a 28 percent decline from last year. Article

And finally... Sony Ericsson. The joint venture is launching a marketing campaign around the new James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, featuring SE's C902 Titanium Silver Cyber-shot phone used by Daniel Craig's Bond in the movie. Article

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