Trujillo to leave Telstra in June; Nokia 5800 XPress Music hits stores

> Sol Trujillo will step down as CEO of Telstra, Australia's largest telecommunications company, in June, and will return home to the United States. Article

> Nokia will begin selling the North America version of the 5800 XPress Music today at its flagship store in New York. Article

> Sprint Nextel was awarded the 2008 Award for Market Leadership in the Consumer LBS Market by consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.  Release

> Celeno Communications, an Israeli startup company backed by Cisco, has created a technology it says will allow a home WiFi network to deliver multiple high-definition television streams. The technology is supposed to launch this summer. Article 

> Deutsche Telekom is set to integrate its fixed and mobile businesses for retail customers in Germany. Article

> O2 and Orange are said to be preparing to resist launching an upcoming Nokia phone that integrates Skype functionality. Article

> The National Telecommunication and Information Administration (NTIA) will be holding a meeting March 2 with those interested in receiving some of the $4.7 billion broadband stimulus money the agency will be distributing. Article

And finally... A Colorado man who helped push three people out of the way of a pickup truck before being hit was ticketed for jaywalking by the Colorado State Patrol. Article

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