Analyst predicts cable MSOs will launch 'disruptive Wi-Fi/MVNO' products; AT&T switched on seven new LTE markets for a total of 291

Quick news from around the Web.

> Dish Network formally withdrew its $4.40 per-share offer for Clearwire. Article

> Analyst predicts cable MSOs will launch "disruptive Wi-Fi/MVNO" products. Article

> GainSpan, provider of ultra-low power Wi-Fi connectivity, closed $19 million in funding. Release

> Cox is expanding hotel Wi-Fi service across its footprint. Article

> Spain's GOWEX and Brazil's Oi signed a bilateral Wi-Fi roaming pact. Release

> Spirent Communications announced support for LTE Advanced carrier aggregation testing. Release

> AT&T switched on seven new LTE markets for a total of 291. Article

And finally… Egyptian god of death statue has started spinning on its own in U.K. museum. Article

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