ALSO NOTED: Trustive and Wayport ink roaming agreement; Clearwire finishes buy of AT&T 2.5 GHz spectrum; and much more...

>  European hotspot provider Trustive announced an in-bound roaming agreement with Wayport. Article

> Clearwire has completed its $300-million acquisition of the 2.5-GHz wireless broadband spectrum from AT&T. Article

> allows businesses with a broadband connection and compatible router to become hotspot operators. Article

> Corpus Christi goes wireless with Earthlink. Article

> The City of Philadelphia has authorized EarthLink to turn on the first portion of its 135-square-mile citywide WiFi network. Article

> picoChip announced the next version of its WiMAX base station reference design, with a software upgrade to support Mobile WiMAX Wave 2 and MIMO. Release

And Finally... South Korean prosecutors have charged four men with stealing WiBro secrets worth $190 million and trying to sell them to a firm they established in the U.S. Article

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