Sprint launches desktop 4G modem; Sony Ericsson delaying Xperia X2 release

> Sprint Nextel launched a WiMAX-powered desktop 4G modem, which it will sell for $99.99 with a two-year subscriber agreement. Release

> Sony Ericsson said its Xperia X2 handset will be delayed until January. Article

> Samsung Electronics shook up its corporate structure and appointed a new CEO. Article

> By the time Windows Mobile 7 arrives late next year, it might be completely irrelevant. Commentary

> ST-Ericsson and Ericsson said they achieved a handoff between LTE and HSPA networks. Release

> Palm said its Ares mobile application development platform is now open for developer trials. Article

And finally... A Russian court reportedly ordered 2,500 toy phones from China to be destroyed because they played music that sounded like a Russian pop song protected by copyright. Article

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