Qualcomm upgrades Snapdragon chipset; Huawei sees more WiMAX sales

> Qualcomm will release an upgraded version of its Snapdragon chipset that it said will support applications such as 3D graphics and high-definition video recording and playback. Article

> Huawei said it expects a large sales boost from WiMAX equipment outside of China and from CDMA equipment sales in China. Article

> Mformation said Clearwire selected it to provide device management capabilities for WiMAX-capable mobile devices. Release

> Verizon Wireless began sending out the BlackBerry Storm OS version 4.7.0.148 update this past weekend. Article 

> Alcatel-Lucent said it expected to be "near break even" this year at the operating level. Article

> Boost Mobile announced the launch of the Motorola Clutch i465 for $129.99. Release

> Smart meter company Trilliant said it acquired WiFi infrastructure provider SkyPilot Network. Article

> European mobile operators are remaining resilient in the face of the economic downturn. Commentary

> News surfaced over the weekend that France Telecom Orange made an unsuccessful bid for T-Mobile UK. Article

And finally... A parrot in New Zealand nabbed a Scottish tourist's passport. Article

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