American Airlines adds Gogo to more planes; Wheeler responds to comments made by Verizon's CFO

Wireless tech news from across the Web:

> 4G is underpinning a recovery in the European mobile industry's fortunes, but more needs to be done to encourage investment, innovation and a single market across the continent, the GSMA says. Article

> Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi confirmed that it has suspended sales in India after a court ordered it to do so while it waited to hear a patent complaint by Ericsson against the Chinese firm. Article (sub. req.)

> American Airlines will upgrade its regional fleet by adding Gogo inflight wireless services to all two-class regional jets. Release

> The first devices with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 chip will arrive on store shelves in early 2015, powering all kinds of things. Article

> Ford's Sync 3 drops Microsoft, but can it fix the connected car? Article

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler responded to comments made by Verizon's CFO last week, saying the telecom industry has been plenty willing to invest when it sees a market opportunity. Article

> The Internet of Things brings obvious and far-reaching implications for consumers and marketers alike. Article

> Trimble introduced a new portfolio of time and frequency products to address the synchronization needs of the LTE small cell market. Release

> Strategy Analytics' Roger Lanctot discusses emerging opportunities related to connected cars and how they're changing the automotive segment. Article

And finally… In his second public Q&A, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about making mistakes, privacy updates and pizza toppings. Article

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