Video conferencing on the iPad; American Tower goes to India

> A number of Apple enthusiasts have found hints in Apple's iPad software development kit pointing to camera and video conferencing capabilities, features absent in the forthcoming device but possibly intended for a future iteration. Article

> After several postponements, an auction of 3G licenses in India appears set for April 9. Article

> Former mobile virtual network enabler Visage Mobile raised $4.5 million from the likes of Qualcomm to expand its efforts in the enterprise smartphone management space. Article

> Google will not show off its new Nexus One smartphone in China, following what the company has described as cyber attacks possibly instigated by the Chinese government. Article

> Thirteen percent of consumers are either somewhat or very likely to purchase Apple's forthcoming iPad tablet device, compared with only 9 percent who expressed comparable interest in a 2007 survey gauging interest in the computing giant's original iPhone, according to a new study published by RBC/ChangeWave Research. Article

> Sprint Nextel expanded its phone recycling program to cover phones from other carriers, and will credit subscribers' accounts for their returned phones. Release

> U.S. tower vendor American Tower will expand into India via the purchase of Essar Telecom Infrastructure, an Indian wireless infrastructure firm. Article

And finally... Is this person crazy? A new iPhone app may help you figure that out. Release

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