Cox: Wireless service details are coming; LTE in Asia heating up

> Cox Communications said it will provide details on its forthcoming wireless service in the "next few weeks." The company had previously promised to launch its wireless offering in March. Article

> The FCC will begin the long process of creating regulations out of its national broadband plan, starting with a half-dozen policy inquiries and proposed rules to be announced at its April 21 meeting. Article

> LTE is heating up in Asia. Article

> UK femtocell firm Ubiquisys claims it has achieved a major milestone for the fledgling femto industry by taking the wholesale price for the little 3G base stations below the $100 mark. Article

> NEC announced the beginning of shipments for commercial use wireless base stations supporting NTT DoCoMo's scheduled launch of LTE service in December 2010. Release

> TeliaSonera said it secured deliveries from Samsung for 4G/LTE modems with support for 3G and 2G during the second quarter 2010. Release

> Canadian company Tranzeo Wireless, which makes wireless broadband and WiMAX systems, said it bought Aperto Networks. Article

And Finally... A Florida deputy was able to track down and arrest a man on charges of illegally dumping a boat near his home with a surprising tool: satellite pictures provided by Google Earth. Article

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