Alvarion gets extension on NASDAQ bid price rule; Two Chinese operators eye FDD flavor of LTE instead of TD-LTE

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> Alvarion gets extension to regain compliance with NASDAQ bid price rule. Release

> Globe launches first LTE data roaming service with two large Asian networks. Release

> Investment in infrastructure startups is falling. Article

> Easily hacked Wi-Fi electricity meters helping burglars know when you're not home? Article

> Two Chinese operators eye FDD flavor of LTE instead of TD-LTE. Article

And finally… The rise of passive-aggressive Wi-Fi network names. Article

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