CTIA drops open-access challenge to 700 MHz auction; AT&T considers more WiMAX for Alaska

> CTIA dropped its open-access challenge over 700 MHz C-block auction. Article

> Boingo Wireless acquired Opti-Fi Networks in a deal that will increase its WiFi infrastructure services and add 25 airports to its existing network of hotspots. Article

> Mobile data: Can carriers ride the wave? Article

> AT&T is considering the possibility of putting more WiMAX sites in Alaska, though it notes that WiMAX isn't its top priority for delivering fixed wireless broadband in the rural United States. Article

And Finally... Starbucks offers a new way to buy WiFi. Article

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