Sony Ericsson unveils new light-up handset; iPhone targeted in patent suits

> Sony Ericsson unveiled a new handset, the T707, which lights up when it receives a call and has multiple light settings for users to try. The phone will be available in the second quarter, though specific pricing and availability were not released. Release

> Apple's iPhone is the target of three new lawsuits that say Apple infringed on patents to develop the iPhone's camera, content streaming and eBook display technologies. Article

> With the 2009 CTIA Wireless trade show just days away, FierceMobileContent is providing a comical public service to trade show rookies by transposing Highlights For Children's popular character Goofus and Gallant into familiar CTIA trade show settings. Commentary

> Samsung selected Spreadtrum Communications to supply its GPRS and EDGE chips for Samsung handsets that are to be shipped internationally. Article

> Twitter announced that Vodafone has resumed allowing Twitter updates via SMS text message at no additional cost. Article

And finally... New Retail and Wireless Zone, Verizon Wireless' largest authorized dealer in the United States, launched what they are touting as the future of brick-and-mortar retail stores. Slideshow

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