ALSO NOTED: Motorola announces handoff between EV-DO Rev. A and LTE; T-Mobile USA introduces new BlackBerry with voice over WiF

> NTT DoCoMo says its trials of LTE hit data speeds of 250 Mb/s on the downlink. Article

> Motorola has announced the first successful packet-switched network handoff between CDMA EV-DO Rev-A and LTE technologies in a demonstration with VoIP calls and streaming video. Article

> T-Mobile USA introduced the BlackBerry 8820 smartphone with a voice over WiFi capability that enables voice connections over any public or private WiFi network. Article

> Worldwide sales of wireless LAN equipment hit $1.9 billion in 2007, says Infonetics. Release

> TeleCommunication Systems plans to demonstrate location fixes over WiMAX during CTIA. Release

And Finally... A student was booted from a Las Vegas coffee shop for not ordering enough coffee to justify his exorbitant free use of WiFi. Article

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