Clearwire hiking customer prices by $5; CommScope could raise $800M from public offering

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> T-Mobile's LTE coverage target is smaller than its rivals'. Article (sub. req.)

> Clearwire is hiking prices for existing customers by $5. Article

> Motorola Solutions was rebuked by a national police group regarding its FirstNet-related conduct.  Article

> Charter's CEO Tom Rutledge said wireless is a potential broadband competitor. Article

> CommScope could raise $800 million from a public offering of shares. Article

> AT&T has rolled out LTE to 13 new markets. Article

> Huawei ruled out any major acquisitions for the time being. Article

> Telit is shipping new LTE modules for M2M in North America and Europe. Release

And finally… A headphone-wearing Kansas man was struck by train he hadn't heard approaching, so he got up and kept walking. Article

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