Adaptix granted two 4G patents; GSA: 237 operators moving forward with LTE

> Adaptix announced it has been awarded two new U.S. patents pertaining to LTE and other wireless technologies. One patent pertains to methods for wireless frequency carrier allocation in conjunction with dynamic power control. The other deals with methods in which wireless systems may optimize available bandwidth for use by multiple subscribers using their connected devices. Article

> Samsung has announced its new SE-208BW Smart Media Hub, which is an optical disk drive that comes equipped with Wi-Fi and allows users to stream CDs and DVDs to smartphones, tablets, and computers. Article

> The Global mobile Suppliers Association has published an update to its Evolution to LTE report, highlighting the growing investment in LTE. 237 operators have either launched commercial service, or are in trials, tests or studies. Article

And finally...  Police in the southern Taiwan city of Kaohsiung mobilized the bomb squad after a suspicious package was found in a subway station toilet, only to find it contained nothing more dangerous than mooncakes. Article

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