AT&T's LTE network now live in 161 markets; Spectrum sharing proposed for national public-safety broadband network

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> AT&T's LTE network now live in 161 markets. Article

> Rockefeller makes pitch for Jessica Rosenworcel as FCC chair. Article

> Your unlocked AT&T iPhone 5 will work on T-Mobile's LTE network. Article

> Spectrum sharing proposed for national public-safety broadband network. Article

And finally… Google announces plan to shut down YouTube in early April Fools' gag. Article

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