Orange subsidizes HP notebook; Maravedis on WiMAX in Brazil

> Nokia boosts mobile advertising presence with new partners. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent directors Ed Hagenlocker and Jean-Pierre Halbron will leave the company. Article

> O2 forces customers onto 18-month contracts. Article

> Rural operators get better device deals. Article

> Voice shortcodes get cross-network support. Article

> Orange subsidizes HSDPA-embedded notebook from HP. Article

> Aruba adds new WLAN patent disputes to its feud with Motorola. Article

> Industry Voices: Cintia Garza of Maravedis on WiMAX in Brazil. Feature

And finally... Text messaging while driving is more dangerous than smoking marijuana while driving. Article

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