Broadband Surf Report: March 11

What looks good in broadband news for March 11.

Our daily look at telecom news around the Web:

FCC slaps 'truth in billing' guidelines to cell phones--USA Today

Newest Bluetooth Gadget: Cows--Mobile Pipeline brings us the day's most entertaining headline.

EchoStar facing probe: Ergen, friend scrutinized--Denver Post

FCC opens more spectrum for WISPS: A big plus for rural broadband in America--Broadband Reports

Ultra-wideband proposal gets government green light--Mobile Pipeline (or eWeek)

VoIP parasites take heart: Converged services seen as key--Light Reading

Skype signs millionth paid VoIP user--Networking Pipeline

Aruba plots open source--Unstrung

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