Comcast activates Wi-Fi hotspots in Boston subway platform areas; Kumu's technology will 'probably' be commercialized in 2015

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> Comcast activated Xfinity WiFi hotspots in certain subway platform areas of America's oldest subway line, Boston's MBTA Green line. Release

> The heterogeneous mobile processing and computing market will be worth $61.7 billion by 2020, says MarketsandMarkets. Release

> Huawei gear dropped from planned Taiwan mobile network. Article

> Google looks well-positioned to exploit contextually aware computing. Article

> Kumu Networks' founder says the company's full-duplex radio technology will "probably" be commercialized in 2015. Article

> Ericsson maintains global 5G standards push with SK Telecom partnership. Article

And finally… A wireless parking meter company's poor timing earned it an FCC fine. Article

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