3G auction earns India 14.6 billion dollars (AFP)

AFP - Indiai's auction of 3G bandwidth for mobile telephone services ended Wednesday, with final bids earning the government close to 15 billion dollars -- double its own estimate.

App Industry Roundup: New version of iPhone OS 4 beta arrives for developers (Appolicious)

Appolicious - App developers always get the good stuff first, as we point out in today's App Industry Roundup. Also, the iPad goes to school and the official Twitter app comes to the iPhone.

Will iPhone (finally) get Internet tethering? (Ben Patterson)

Ben Patterson - Plenty of smartphones offer the option of sharing their 3G connections with laptops or other devices via a USB cable. Heck, some handsets even act as mobile Wi-Fi hotspots. Yet AT&T has yet to offer iPhone users the option of Internet tethering — although a just-spotted change in the latest beta of the upcoming iPhone 4.0 OS hints that the policy is about to change.

Military robots seen as lifesavers (AP)

AP - On the outside, it looks like a normal SUV. But the prototype "autonomous robot car" — fitted with sensors and scanners, multifocal camera systems and powerful computers — might one day help avoid military fatalities from bombings and ambushes — or so its designers hope.

Part of SAP's Private Cloud Strategy Emerges (PC World)

PC World - SAP unveiled a plank in its strategy for private cloud computing at the Sapphire conference on Wednesday in Orlando, with an announcement regarding its ERP (enterprise resource planning) software running on the Vblock systems backed by Cisco, EMC and VMWare.

Microsoft Sues Salesforce.com in Battle for CRM (PC World)

PC World - Microsoft has been on the wrong side of a couple patent issues recently--the case with i4i over XML in Microsoft Word, and its recent settlement with VirnetX over VPN networking technology patents--but Microsoft does have an exhaustive portfolio of intellectual property and its not afraid to use it. Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against Salesforce.com alleging infringement of patents related to software efficiency.

`Alan Wake' inspired by Stephen King, David Lynch (AP)

AP - Ask most video-game designers about their inspirations and they'll mention other games. But Sam Lake, the lead writer of Microsoft's "Alan Wake," drew more from books — especially Stephen King's.

Suse Linux gets virtualization, high availability, and desktop boosts (InfoWorld)

InfoWorld - With the unveiling of a comprehensive service pack Wednesday, Novell will bolster virtualization, clustering, and desktop capabilities in its Suse Linux product family.

Google beats Microsoft in smartphones, catching Apple (Reuters)

Reuters - Googlei has overtaken Microsoft in the battle over the software that runs mobile phones and is challenging Apple for share of the fast growing smartphone market.

German prosecutors probing Google's mapping breach (AP)

AP - German prosecutors are investigating Googlei Inc. on suspicion it violated privacy laws when it recorded fragments of people's online activities through unsecured Wi-Fi networks.

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