Sony Ericsson unveils 'green' phones; T-Mobile fights prepaid traffickers

> Sony Ericsson unveiled two eco-friendly phones, the C901 GreenHeart and the Naite, that are made from recycled materials and consume less power. Article

> T-Mobile USA obtained four more separate final judgments and permanent injunctions against traffickers trying to sell its prepaid phones, SIM cards and other accessories. Article

> The Symbian Foundation outlined its broad strategy. Article

> Will WiFi and WiMAX benefit if the United States adopts a "smart grid" for electricity? Commentary

> The NTIA's decision to delay broadband stimulus grants presents obstacles and opportunities. Commentary

> T-Mobile handset prices are set to drop, according to the blog TMoNews. T-Mobile had no official comment on the report. Article

> Qualcomm said it is offering the industry's first dual-band 802.11n WiFi solution with 4x4 MIMO. Article

> India's Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) has scrapped its planned WiMAX tender amid controversy. Article

> The WiMAX Forum teamed with the Femto Forum to develop specifications for a WiMAX femtocell access point. Article

And finally... Highlights from President Obama's speech in Cairo will be delivered via text to an international audience. Release

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