Dragonwave sees lower revenues in fiscal Q2; Verizon opens LTE Application Innovation Center

> ­Everything Everywhere and BT Wholesale have jointly announced the start of LTE trials in the UK, focusing on 200 customers living in rural Cornwall, in the South-West of the UK. Article

> Microwave backhaul vendor DragonWave saw its fiscal year second-quarter revenues nearly halved to $13.6 million, compared with $27.2 million, as the company continues to reel from Clearwire's network buildout standstill. Release

> New figures from research firm Nielsen show that shoppers are much more concerned with factors like touchscreens and tablet brands than the presence of 3G connectivity. Article

> Verizon Wireless formally opened its LTE Application Innovation Center in San Francisco, promising to work with application developers to create new apps specifically optimized for the company's LTE network. Article

> Sprint Nextel and C Spire Wireless, formerly U.S. Cellular, have asked the court handling the Department of Justice's opposition to AT&T's proposed $39-billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA to deny AT&T's motion to dismiss their lawsuits against the acquisition. Article

And finally...  A Swiss motorist's own mobile phone was used as evidence against him since he recorded himself driving on an autoroute near Geneva at 320 km an hour, nearly three times the speed limit. Article

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