Broadband Surf Report: Feb. 10

What looks good in broadband news for Feb. 10.

Our daily look at telecom news around the Web:

Nokia product blitz targets VoIP, converged networks--Networking Pipeline

Lafayette vs. Bellsouth: City asks company to drop lawsuit--Broadband Reports rounds it up.

Cingular adds RIM smart phone--Mobile Pipeline

Wi-Fi comes to Blackberry--Wi-Fi Planet

FCC rejects broadcasters' request that cable companies be ordered to carry multiple digital broadcast signals--Wall Street Journal (subscription site)

Netgear launches MIMO gear in Japan--Mobile Pipeline

Cisco wobbles on WLAN--Light Reading

Japanese broadband provider testing advanced 3G--Mobile Pipeline

Swiss study: Spam plague hits 80 percent of mobiles--TechNewsWorld

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