ALSO NOTED: Telecom Italia launches HSUPA; Alcatel-Lucent, LG complete LTE test calls; and much more...

> Telecom Italia has launched HSUPA across southern Italy using equipment from Huawei. Article

> Amid Earthlink's struggles, the Philadelphia muni-WiFi network is struggling too. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent and LG Electronics announced the two have completed Long Term Evolution (LTE) test calls using Alcatel-Lucent's LTE solution and mobile device prototypes from LG. Article

> Redline Communications said it received FCC approval of its RedMAX WiMAX base station that works in the 2.65 GHz band. Article

And Finally... Glenn Fleishman at Wi-Fi Net News notes that Verizon Wireless' terms of service for its high-speed data offerings have loosened in light of the class action lawsuit the company settled in New York. Article

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