Telus to expand broadband in Canada; LG releasing HTML5 phone

> Telus said it will spend around $650 million this year to expand wired and wireless broadband access in British Columbia. Article

> LG is releasing its first phone running on its new HTML5-compatible Phantom Browser. Article

> By offering personalized mobile content packages, sports leagues can find more willing buyers and ultimately more revenue. Commentary

> Handmark announced an agreement with Freedom Communications to develop and support mobile applications spotlighting the company's print and broadcast media properties. Article

And finally... $1 bills? Article

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