Broadcom to take on Qualcomm with LTE chips; FCC could attempt to regulate usage-based broadband pricing

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> Broadcom to take on Qualcomm with LTE chips next year. Article

> Red Lion Control's M2M routers certified by Bell Mobility LTE network. Release

> Ericsson: Carriers are in early stages of moving OSS/BSS to the cloud. Article

> Telenor Norway opens LTE to mobile phones. Article

> FCC could attempt to regulate usage-based broadband pricing. Article

And finally… That's reassuring: U.S. government promises world won't end on Dec. 21. Article

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