FCC Chairman cross examined; Verizon Wireless talks LTE data speeds

> Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) told FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski that he has some explaining to do regarding transparency at his agency. Article

> Verizon Wireless disclosed that its forthcoming LTE network will provide average data speeds of 5-12 Mbps for downloads and 2-5 Mbps for uploads, according to a website the carrier has set up touting its next-generation wireless service. Article

> The number of mobile devices accessing the Internet worldwide will surpass 1 billion by 2013, as consumers and businesses take advantage of affordable hardware prices and an abundance of information and services, according to IDC. Article

> Zyxel claims it's the first company to introduce an LTE router for residential and small-office applications. Article

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