CSFB is working great and VoLTE won't take off until 2015; The U.S. cable industry will deploy more than 250K Wi-Fi hotspots by mid-2014

Quick news from around the Web

> British Airways dabbling with in-flight Wi-Fi. Article

> Circuit-switched fallback (CSFB) is working great, and VoLTE won't take off until 2015. Article

> Huawei's hiring of former Nokia exec Colin Giles is the Chinese vendor's latest effort to diversify its executive team. Article

> Spain's telecom regulator says mobile broadband is proving resilient despite the nation's sputtering economy. Article

> The FCC approved SoftBank's $21.6 billion investment in Sprint and Sprint's acquisition of Clearwire. Article

> The U.S. cable industry will deploy more than 250,000 Wi-Fi hotspots by mid-2014, said a Heavy Reading report. Article

> The MiWeba mobile networks project is part of a collaborative effort between Europe and Japan to improve Internet architectures. Article

And finally… No rest for you! Broadcaster ponders pumping ads into heads that lean on train windows. Article

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