Palm denies Telefonica-Pre rumors; WiMAX satellite JV formed

> Palm has strongly denied rumors that Telefonica O2 had won exclusive rights to the Palm Pre in several parts of Europe and in Latin America. Article

> AlphaStar International and Computers & Tele-Comm (CTC) formed a joint venture to offer WiMAX service in rural areas using a satellite network for backhaul. Article

> Motorola has put a new, unannounced handset, the Evoke QA4, on its website. Article; Image

> Nokia 5800 XPressMusic phones are reportedly back on the shelves at Nokia's flagship stores, with updated firmware that fixes a 3G connectivity issue. Article

> NTT DoCoMo achieved downlink speeds of 120 Mbps in a test with Fujitsu using a test LTE network. Article

> Mobile banking users could top 100 million in Europe by 2014, according to new research by Berg Insight. Article

And finally... An Ohio man received a postcard 47 years after it was sent bearing greetings from Montana. Article

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