Wal-Mart may sell iPad; One in four U.S. households has only wireless

Quick news from around the Web:

@FierceWireless: Blurring the lines between smartphone and feature phone. Commentary| Follow @FierceWireless

> Wal-Mart may begin selling Apple's iPad in some of its stores later this year. Article

> Just under 25 percent of U.S. households had only wireless phone access and no landline the last six months of 2009, according to preliminary data released by the National Health Interview Survey. Article

> TeleNav cut the anticipated price of its planned initial public offering to $9 to $10 per share, down from an estimate earlier this week of $11 to $13 per share. Article (sub. req.)

> Verizon Wireless is offering the Palm Pixi Plus for free with a contract and after rebate. Article

> Vodafone UK confirmed it will be launching the Samsung Galaxy S soon. Article

Mobile Content News

>
SAP acquires Sybase for $5.8 billion. Article

> Adobe campaign attacks Apple for stifling developer creativity. Article

Broadband News

>
Meru swings first-quarter loss. Article

> Report: AlcaLu to compensate Telecom New Zealand over poor 3G performance. Article

> Verizon in talks with rural operators for LTE spectrum deals. Article

European News

>
Vodafone UK signs MVNE agreement. Article

> Study: Mobile operators must embrace VoIP. Article

>
Deutsche Telekom CEO: We are open to 4G network sharing. Article

> France Telecom looks to Africa for more growth. Article

And finally... Really, isn't this what you've always wanted? Luxury jewelry that doubles as a Bluetooth headset. Release

Suggested Articles

MWC may be on an enforced hiatus this year but there's no shortage of device announcements that still need to go ahead as 5G momentum gathers pace.

Cisco on Tuesday touted the benefits of cloud-native software as part of its successful proof of concept for a 5G standalone (SA) network with KDDI.

The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) and O-RAN Alliance announced a liaison agreement that ensures alignment in the area of open RAN solutions.