Nokia ends production of WiMAX tablet; Sony Ericsson debuts two new phones

> Nokia has decided to end the production of its N810 WiMAX tablet device, dealing a blow to the growth of the technology, which is just beginning to take off in the United States. Article, Pics

> Sony Ericsson launched two new phones for North America at the Consumer Electronics Show, a camera phone, the C510a Cyber-Shot, and a Walkman phone, the W508a. Article

> Vodafone won a major UK utility contract, a three-year $7.56 million contract to be the sole mobile service provider for  National Grid, the UK's major gas and electricity utility company. Article

> 3GPP has approved the standards for UMTS femtocells, allowing the technology to become available on a standardized basis later this year. Article

> The Western Europe mobile phone market stopped growing in the third quarter of 2008, as the economic downturn hurt consumer spending. Article

And finally... A Pennsylvania man may face up to 37 years in prison after tearing open a neighbor's door with a chainsaw. Article

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