Broadband Surf Report: Jan. 7

What looks good in broadband news for Jan. 7.

The broadband surf report for this rainy morning in San Francisco is that it's a lousy day to not have a Wall Street Journal subscription. But fear not, the wider Web is afroth with news of the wireless and broadband industries.

Sprint, Virgin may launch Virgin Mobile IPO--The Wall Street Journal (subscription site)

AMD plans chip line designed for mobile computers--The Wall Street Journal (subscription site)

FCC poised to bill AT&T up to $500 million over calling card fees--The Wall Street Journal (subscription site)

Microsoft to phase out Pocket PC, Smartphone brands--Infoworld

State CIOs plan system to warn public of danger--Information Week

Motorola previews iTunes phone--eWeek

Alvarion on track for mobile WiMax--eWeek

South Korea adds satellite broadcasts to mobile services--Networking Pipeline

The compleat WiMax guide--Light Reading

Home WLAN security: the next generation--Wi-Fi Planet

Sprint rolls wireless cell software--Mobile Pipeline

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