Satellite backhaul is on the rise; T-Mobile's G1 is no longer for sale

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> Research firm NSR said the satellite backhaul market made tremendous gains from wireless subscriber growth in 2009 and the first half of 2010. Release

> The blog Engadget did a quick stock check at T-Mobile USA, Amazon and a few other retailers, and confirmed that the T-Mobile G1--the world's first Android handset--is no longer for sale, marking the end of an era. Article

> Nokia said the C6, E5 and C3 devices will soon be available. The handset maker has added the devices to its U.S. website, and all three will be sold unlocked. Article

> Cricket launched a website touting the unreleased, Ancroid-based Zio M6000 from Kyocera, a tri-band CDMA EVDO Rev. A handset with WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. Article

> A small Florida company called Augen debuted a WiFi Android tablet, which will be sold for $149.99 at Kmart starting this weekend. Article

> Juniper Network acquired SMobile Systems for $70 million. SMobile provides security and enterprise products for iPhones, iPads, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android devices. Article

> CTIA released an updated version of its "Consumer Code for Wireless Service. " Release

Mobile Content News

> Google-owned video service YouTube now represents 36 percent of total video traffic on wireless networks worldwide, according to mobile Web platform provider Bytemobile's second-quarter 2010 Mobile Minute Metrics report. Article

> Discovery Communications launched the new Discovery Mobile Channel via Qualcomm's FLO TV mobile broadcast network. Article

> CloudMade completed a Series B investment round totaling $12.3 million and led by new investor Greylock Partners, along with participation from existing investor Sunstone Capital. Article

And finally... A New York restaurant is selling a hot dog gussied up with black truffles and foie gras for $69. Article

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