Comcast, Microsoft scramble to fix Xbox One's Wi-Fi glitch; Apple's iBeacon technology expected to light up CES

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Comcast and Microsoft are scrambling to fix a Wi-Fi glitch in the Xbox One. Article

> Huawei said 53 operators worldwide have deployed its 400G core router over the past five months. Release

> ConvenientPower debuted its WoW Z magnetic resonance wireless charging for in-the-market Qi handsets. Release

> ABI predicts VoLTE will help drive spending for IMS-related core network products to $4 billion by 2017. Article

> Amped Wireless said its long-range, high-power 802.11ac Wi-Fi router and new extender will be available mid-year. Release

> Apple's iBeacon technology is expected to light up CES 2014. Article

> Buggs Island Telephone Cooperative (dba BIT Communications) in Bracey, Va., joined the NetAmerica Alliance and is building out a fixed LTE network in five counties. Release

And finally… USA Hockey mistakenly texted a 67-year-old Canadian to inform him that he had made the U.S. Olympic team. Article

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