APCO adopts LTE as a worldwide public-safety standard; LightSquared faces more pressure over GPS interference

> Monaco Telecom has launched its LTE pilot On the occasion of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters tennis tournament. Article

> The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials Global Alliance has adopted LTE technology as a worldwide standard following the Federal Communication Commission's approval of a U.S. public-safety LTE request. Article

> Tunisiana, a Tunisia-based subsidiary of Qatar Telecom, has chosen Alcatel-Lucent to transform its network entirely to IP, as it looks to roll-out LTE to accommodate richer applications such as video, multimedia, and mobile banking. Article

> Two U.S. senators have asked their colleagues to urge the FCC to ensure that LightSquared's forthcoming wholesale LTE network does not interfere with GPS, the latest pressure from within the government on the issue. Article

And Finally... A New York City woman who was getting $850 a month in alimony because she was supposedly disabled and unable to work had her payments slashed after her ex-husband spotted online photos of her belly dancing. Article

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