Ruckus puts off IPO; Sprint steps up 4G marketing

> Ruckus Wireless has decided to put an initial public offering on hold until at least 2011. Article

> Sprint Nextel is boosting its 4G marketing with a new campaign asking, "What can you do with 4G?" Release

> What does Windows Phone 7 mean for the enterprise? Sound off

> A month ago, some pundits dismissed the iPad as little more than an iPod touch on steroids. But if the new device can cultivate consumer enthusiasm for new applications and experiences, Apple will no doubt consider those iPod comparisons flattery, not derision. Commentary

> Novatel Wireless' shares slumped on a weak revenue forecast. Article

> NEC, Casio and Hitachi have decided to delay the launch of their proposed handset merger by one month. Article

And finally... An Icelandic couple who are renting out a high-end apartment in New York City have been sued for using "ugly" IKEA furniture to decorate the swanky pad. Article

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