Airspan base station to support WiMAX, LTE; Qualcomm's FLO TV goes dark

> Airspan Networks has integrated  McObject's eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System (IMDS) as a key software component within Airspan's new Air4G mobile broadband network base station. The software will enable simultaneous support for WiMAX and LTE. Article

> Qualcomm's FLO TV goes dark. Article

> Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse received compensation worth $9.1 million in 2010, down from $12.3 million in 2009, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Article

> In a company blog post, O2 said that the trial network of six LTE base stations was proving to be capable of handling the same volume of traffic seen across O2's entire 3G network in the UK. Article

> Several state attorneys general have expressed concerns that AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA for $39 billion will harm competition in the wireless market, ratcheting up pressure on AT&T as it embarks on a lobbying effort to push the deal through. Article

And Finally... A new survey finds 85 percent of women are annoyed by their Facebook friends. Article

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