Tellabs finalizes deal for WiChorus; Analyst nixes Verizon-iPhone idea

> Tellabs finalized its acquisition of mobile core gateway provider WiChorus. Article

> Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu contends Verizon Wireless is unlikely to get the iPhone next year, citing Verizon and Apple's conflicting interests--including control over mobile media and applications. Article

> Clearwire is back as an industry darling after securing new funding. Commentary

> O2 launched a new personalized mobile ad service. Article

> D2 Technologies, Beceem Communications and ECS teamed to port the Android operating system onto WiMAX smartphones, delivering voice over WiMAX and other IP-based services. Article

> 3UK said customers who are experiencing poor Web browsing and email performance can cancel their contracts or receive a discount. Article

And finally... The Onion has a fresh take on the eternal mobile device debate: the "new device" vs. the "old device." Article

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