Boingo extends WiFi roaming deal with T-Mobile USA; Ralink enters WiFi chip market for cell phones

> Nokia has officially sold its wireless modem business to Renesas Electronics. Article

> MetroPCS launched LTE in San Francisco. Release

> Mobile application downloads in the U.S. increased 25 percent over the four-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Article

> WiFi roaming provider, Boingo Wireless has announced a renewed and extended bilateral roaming agreement with T-Mobile USA for subscriber access to WiFi hotspots. Article

> An agreement between Texas broadband company ERF Wireless and Skybeam is giving ERF more coverage in oil and gas producing areas of Colorado, Texas and Oklahoma. Article

> More than 60 percent of the world's population will have access to some form of 4G mobile broadband technology by 2015, according to a new report from ABI Research. Article

> Networking developer Ralink Technology has entered the mobile WiFi market with new WLAN chips for cell phones and portable consumer electronics products. Article

And Finally... Some Brooklyn honey bees were discovered imbibing on cherry juice from Dell's Maraschino Cherries Co. when they produced red honey. Article

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