Nortel patent sale could net $1.1B; Zer01 looking at $43M judgment

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> BusinessWeek looks into Craig McCaw's involvement in Clearwire's WiMAX build. Article

> Nortel could raise as much as $1.1 billion from the sale of its patents. Article

> A Nevada judge slapped now-defunct MVNO Zer01 with a $43 million judgment. Article

> The Samsung Galaxy S will break out in Asia next month. Article

> M2Z Networks is working with County Executives of America to push the FCC and NTIA to approve a plan to bring free wireless broadband to more than 51,000 households in Kenosha County, Wis. Release

> The Justice Department is looking at Apple's tactics in the digital music market. Article

> Apple will investigate deaths at its Foxconn manufacturing plant. Article

> Motorola's rumored Shadow device continues to make its way through the Internet. Article

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> Wired launched a magazine app for the iPhone. Article

> McAfee acquired mobile security firm Trust Digital. Article

> Seventy-five percent of all Android-based devices are concentrated in the North American market, compared to 49 percent of all iPhone OS-powered devices, according to new data issued by mobile advertising network AdMob. Article

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