4G standards to be published in 2011; Video continues to dominate mobile data traffic

> 4G services under the 3GPP umbrella will be published in March 2011 under Release 10, according to current targets. Both LTE Advanced and the next evolution of WiMAX are expected to be accepted as 4G standards. Article

> According to an annual report from ByteMobile, video continues to dominate as the main source of mobile data traffic. Article

> During a press conference announcing Verizon Wireless' new membership in the GSMA, Richard Lynch, CTO of Verizon Communications, said the carrier is on track with its LTE deployment and that he is confident the company will launch its planned 25 to 30 LTE markets this year. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent said it has begun an LTE trial with Telecom Italia. Article

And Finally... Dozens of students from a Rhode Island high school who skipped classes for a free breakfast at Denny's got grand slammed with suspensions. Article

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