Clearwire drops Rover prepaid mobile WiMAX brand; CBS won't give up any of its broadcast spectrum

> ABI Research expects that by the end of 2011, some 16 million subscribers will be using mobile devices based on LTE. Article

> Clearwire is dropping its Rover prepaid mobile WiMAX brand, a little more than eight months after it unveiled the youth-oriented brand. Article

> A mobile-centric group of companies calling itself the High Tech Spectrum Coalition said it supports federal legislation that would auction and reallocate wireless spectrum and reward broadcasters with a percentage of the proceeds. Article

> T-Mobile USA announced it launched HSPA+ services in additional cities. Tweet

> CBS isn't planning on giving up any of its spectrum and doesn't want to share it with other stations, it told the FCC. Article

And Finally... An inadvertent cell phone 911 call led police to three larceny suspects overheard planning break-ins in upstate New York. Article

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