Apple's rumored smartwatch will reportedly use inductive charging; Samsung forecast to become Tier 1 LTE infrastructure vendor by 2017

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> Apple's rumored smartwatch will reportedly use inductive charging. Article

> Taiwan's government is considering the 2.6 GHz band for LTE, according to telecom carriers. Article

> Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies demonstrated LTE Category 6 carrier aggregation interoperability for Telstra. Release

> NSN completed extensive live VoLTE tests in China Mobile's TD-LTE network. Release

> Telcos are the most natural providers of public Wi-Fi, said survey respondents. Article

> Kansas City joined the list of Sprint Spark markets. Release

> Japan Airlines will add Gogo Vision to its entire domestic fleet. Release

> NetZero Wireless' parent United Online is discontinuing dividend payments as it focuses on long-term growth initiatives. Release

> Samsung will become a Tier 1 LTE infrastructure vendor by 2017, said SNS Research. Release

And finally… For when a ringtone just isn't enough, Scentee's smell-based notification add-on for smartphones is now being sold worldwide. Article

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