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  • Rumor mill: Sprint laying groundwork for mid-2015 VoLTE launch

    Sprint has stressed time and again that it is not rushing to launch voice over LTE (VoLTE), but that does not mean the operator is snubbing the technology. Far from it, in fact, given that a "high-level" Sprint executive has shared details regarding the "programming phase" the operator is reportedly in as it prepares to launch a VoLTE network designed for interoperability with domestic and international carriers.

SingTel rolls out commercial LTE Advanced service delivering 300 Mbps

Singapore operator SingTel introduced the Huawei 5786 mobile MiFi hotspot device, enabling SingTel to claim it is the world's first mobile operator to offer commercial 300 Mbps service using LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation.

FirstNet: Costs, deployment details will become clearer in 2015

The bad news is that a comprehensive request for proposals (RFP) for the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN) being crafted by the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) is not slated to go out until early 2015. But the good news is, at that point states and territories should have a much better grasp regarding their costs to participate in the network.

Tripwire researcher takes on Wi-Fi Pineapples, security weaknesses

Concern is growing about the vulnerabilities presented by what are called Wi-Fi Pineapple devices, which can be used to enable man-in-the-middle attacks on users of unsecured Wi-Fi access points, and this timely topic will be addressed during the upcoming Def Con 22 hacker event.

Qualcomm ramps up marketing push behind LTE Direct

Qualcomm has put a more concerted effort behind its push to commercialize LTE Direct, a device-to-device technology that leverages licensed LTE spectrum and can be used to enable a host of proximity applications without severely impacting device battery life. The vendor recently posted a new PowerPoint presentation heralding the benefits of LTE Direct and also released a video about the technology.

Comcast out, CenturyLink in as Denver Broncos upgrade Wi-Fi backhaul, Internet connectivity

CenturyLink and the Denver Broncos announced a three-year sponsorship deal, under which the telco will usurp Comcast's role as the provider of Internet and data connectivity at the team's stadium and training facility.

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