Paolini on building wireless networks; Acer signs up for MeeGo

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@FierceWireless: The always interesting Monica Paolini on when you should build your own wireless network. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Acer will launch netbooks and tablets with Intel's latest Atom processor and running Intel and Nokia's MeeGo platform. Article

> How fast is HSPA+ really? Spirent Communications and Signals Research reveal the results of their testing. Article

> Best Buy cut the price of the Microsoft Kin by $50. Article

> Cisco Systems said it expects global Internet traffic to increase to 767 exabytes. Article

> Sony Ericsson announced the appointment of a new CTO. Article

> KeyOn said it completed its acquisition of substantially all of the wireless broadband assets of Dynamic Broadband, which the company said increases its footprint in Iowa and initiates coverage in Minnesota. Release

Mobile Content News

> Mobile entertainment destination Thumbplay announced its cloud-based Thumbplay Music subscription service is now available via Apple's App Store. Article

> Mobile content solutions provider Motricity plans to raise roughly $101.3 million from an initial public offering of 6.75 million shares priced at $14 to $16 each. Article

> Apple is "not going to make a lot of money" on its upcoming iAd mobile advertising network, according to CEO Steve Jobs. Article

> Apple's Pages productivity application is the App Store's top-selling premium application for the iPad tablet for the month of April, according to a new report issued by app store analytics firm Distimo. Article

And finally... Apple's Steve Jobs argues against Flash in video displayed by... wait for it... Flash. Video

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