Nokia launches the E63; AT&T considers WiMAX in Alaska

> Nokia launched the E63, the successor to its flagship email and messaging device, the E71, for $249 before taxes and subsidies. Article

> AT&T is considering the possibility of putting more WiMAX sites in Alaska, though it notes that WiMAX isn't its top priority for delivering fixed wireless broadband in the rural United States. Article

> Japan's NTT DoCoMo confirmed it was buying a 26 percent stakes in India's Tata Telservices for $2.7 billion. Article

> The new 2.2 iPhone software update for Apple's iPhone 3G will reportedly include an over-the-air iTunes retail application. Article

And finally... Police in Florida arrested a Connecticut man following his attempt to steal communion wafers at a church service. Article

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