Broadcom's new chipset partitions Bluetooth and Wi-Fi communications; Body heat, human sweat could power wearable devices

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> Costly data plans are holding back mobile video, says Ericsson study. Article

> Broadcom's new chipset partitions Bluetooth and Wi-Fi communications to improve the user experience. Article

> Intel and Fossil aim to create wearable tech. Article

> Nextivity launched its third-generation Cel-Fi Pro smart signal booster. Release

> Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company is ready to spend billions to bring the entire world online. Article

> Body heat, human sweat and trapped light are just some of the ways scientists envision powering wearable devices. Article

> Security threats to mobile and residential devices jumped sharply during the first half of 2014, Alcatel-Lucent says. Release

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