PicoChip gets more funding, plans IPO; American Tower buying 196 towers from Cincinnati Bell

> Femtocell chip vendor picoChip said it raised $20 million in additional capital and is planning an initial public offering in 2011. Article

> American Tower will buy 196 of Cincinnati Bell's wireless communications towers for $100 million. Release 

> AT&T said it teamed with Kore Telematics to speed up the certification process for machine-to-machine offerings. Release

> Yahoo confirmed it will pull the plug on its Yahoo Go mobile application early next year. Article

>  Verizon Wireless announced an agreement with mobile Web services provider iSkoot to launch Social Beat, a free social media aggregator. Article

And finally... There's a new jacket on the market that keeps wearers toasty and also charges their gadgets. Article (sub. req.)

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