Dish launches a fixed TD-LTE service with Sprint; Skyhook creates geo-location network based on Wi-Fi signals

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Dish launched a fixed TD-LTE service with Sprint, offering 10 Mbps for $30/month with TV. Article

> Ruckus Wireless will use TriQuint's two new high-power WLAN Modules for 802.11ac applications. Release

> Thailand's Nok Air is adopting Thaicom's new Ku-band satellite-based inflight connectivity service in Asia-Pacific. Release

> Fastback said its 5 GHz NLOS mobile backhaul was validated in a trial by Virgin Media Business. Release

> Alcatel-Lucent added new microwave networking devices to its mobile backhaul portfolio for small cells. Release

> PC Tel added SeeHawk Touch tablet-optimized software to its line of in-building wireless network testing solutions. Release

> A cable Labs exec says carrier-grade Wi-Fi has two years to wait. Article

> Skyhook Wireless has created a geolocation network based on Wi-Fi signals. Article

And finally… A tongue-in-cheek webpage is touting the bendable iPhone 6 as positive innovation. Article

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