AT&T reportely installing LTE equipment in Apple stores; WiMAX breaks 20M subscriber mark

> Skype WiFi (formerly known as Skype Access) is coming to iOS. Article

> Even though the fortunes of WiMAX are waning in the United States, the WiMAX Forum said that WiMAX technology has broken the 20 million global subscriber mark. Article

> AT&T Mobility is reportedly installing LTE equipment in Apple stores. Article

> Verizon announced it has expanded its LTE wireless broadband coverage to 15 additional markets. Article

> Nearly two-thirds of U.S. farms now have Internet access, compared with 59 percent in 2009, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Article

And finally... BMW Financial Services introduced a free app called The Ultimate Drive, which allows users to discover, share and rate the world's most interesting driving routes contributed by users worldwide. Article

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