Deutsche Telekom partners with Axesstel; NSN CEO says only three network vendors will survive

> Nokia demonstrated the Nokia CR-200 wireless charging station. Article

> Axesstel partnered with Deutsche Telekom on M2M.  Release

>  Nokia Siemens Networks CEO said that the slowing telecom infrastructure market will soon be able to support only three profitable network vendors, and NSN will be one of them. Article

>  M2M modem maker Sierra Wireless said it no longer is selling 2G modems in the U.S. market. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Small Cell Forum said that about by 2016, 90 percent of all cells will be small cells. Article

> Qualcomm introduced its latest Gobi modem platform which includes carrier aggregation capabilities and support for LTE Category 4 peak data rates of 150 Mbps. Article

Mobile Content News

> Samsung Electronics will sunset its Bada mobile operating system, merging it into the Linux-based Tizen software platform.  Article

> Samsung also unveiled a new virtual wallet application enabling Android smartphone users to store and manage event tickets, boarding passes, loyalty cards and coupons in one place.  Article

And finally… Hackers targeted dozens of computer systems across Europe via a security flaw in Adobe Systems' software.  Article

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