Sprint inks another M2M deal; ARM sees tablet surge in 2010

> Sprint Nextel inked a new machine-to-machine deal with Walsh Wireless to power a data logger that can track how a person uses their car, so that they can potentially reduce their premiums if they have usage-based insurance. Release

> ARM said it expects over 50 tablet PC models to hit the market this year, many of them connected to 3G networks. Article

> The debate over cellphone signal boosters is heating up as the FCC decides whether to ban the devices. Article

> Research firm IDC said shipments of PCs with embedded WiMAX will outnumber PCs with embedded 3G this year. Article

> Shipments of mobile WiMAX chips came in at 5 million in 2009, up from 1.3 million in 2008, according to Maravedis. Article

And finally... Slate is trying to come up with a guide for proper cellphone etiquette. Article

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