A day after regulators said they wouldn't allow its plans for a wireless broadband network to go forward, LightSquared is looking to swap the problematic airwaves it currently holds for spectrum used by the Defense Department, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Cisco says it will challenge Microsoft's bid to buy Skype in the European Union's highest court, according to the Associated Press.
Deutsche Telekom is considering selling a joint U.K. wireless phone venture to help raise money after its bid to sell its T-Mobile USA subsidiary to AT&T fell through in December, Bloomberg reports.
Syrian opposition activists are trying to strip President Bashar al-Assad's name off of Google's maps, The Washington Post reports.
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