Reviews for iPad roll in; ITC will examine Apple's complaints against HTC

> Reviews for Apple's iPad tablet have begun rolling in, and they are mostly positive. The device goes on sale Saturday. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will investigate Apple's patent-infringement claims against HTC. Article

> Ericsson said it completed its acquisition of Nortel Networks' North American GSM business. Article

> Vodafone said it would not have experienced any network issues if it had the exclusive deal for the iPhone in the United Kingdom. Article

> Korea Telecom signed a memorandum of understanding with Intel to collaborate on WiMAX technology. Article

> British Gas inked a contract with Vodafone to enable smart metering services that will use GPRS to backhaul the data. Article

> RyanAir pulled the plug on its in-flight mobile phone service that ran on 50 aircraft, about a quarter of its fleet. Article

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