Delta debuts international Wi-Fi on its Boeing 747s; PCTEL transmitter slashes testing time for in-building wireless

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Delta debuted international Wi-Fi on its Boeing 747s. Article

> Panasonic unveiled multimode wireless technology for sensor networks. Release

> Georgetown University's Evolution of Regulation and Innovation Project will explore policy challenges and opportunities raised by the rapid pace of innovation in digital and communications technologies. Release

> M2M platform provider On-Ramp Wireless added former Verizon Chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg to its board of directors and former Verizon EVP and Chief Technology Officer Richard Lynch to its advisory board. Release

> Qualcomm got the OK to sell its remaining BWA spectrum stake in India to Bharti Airtel. Article

> The Technology Policy Institute called for the creation of an agency that would lease spectrum to government agencies. Article

> Blue light from smartphones can destroy eye cells. Article

> PCTEL's SeeGull CW Transmitter processes up to four continuous wave signals to slash testing time for in-building wireless networks. Release

And finally… A woman who used her smartphone for six straight hours was diagnosed with "WhatsAppitis." Article

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