RIM's App Suite runs on WinMo; NTT DoCoMo tests 100 Mbps LTE chip

>  More details emerged about Research In Motion's BlackBerry Application Suite for Windows Mobile devices, which can run the suite as if it were a regular application. Article 

> NTT DoCoMo has trialed a chip for Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology that allows downlink speeds of up to 100 MBps. Release

> The portion of homes in the United States that have cell phones but no land lines has grown to 18 percent, according to federal data. Article

> RIM and SK Telecom teamed up to release the Blackberry Bold to South Korea, which launched on AT&T Mobility in the United States earlier this fall. Article

And finally... More people are choosing to be buried with their cell phone or smart phone, especially those who are tech-savvy or young. Article

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