Ericsson releases new broadband module; LTE could be worth $5B by 2013

> Ericsson introduced  the F3607gw wireless broadband module that supports connections to HSPA/GPRS/EDGE networks, a 50 percent reduction in energy use (compared with the previous version), GPS capability and compatibility with Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system. Article

> Nokia announced it will begin selling 3G devices for the first time in Korea. Article

> Sprint Nextel and GE Healthcare won a multi-million dollar contract to provide converged wireless networks, services, software and infrastructure for six Texas hospitals. Article

> The Long Term Evolution infrastructure market alone should reach $5 billion in 2013, according to a new report by Infonetics Research. Article

> An upcoming iPhone model may feature a new camera, a faster networking chip that both receives and transmits FM signals, 802.11n and video editing capabilities. Article

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