FCC Chairman to keynote CTIA IT; Verizon's EV-DO network powers new ereader

> While claiming the demonstration was a world first, the public display by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and China Mobile of a TD-LTE femtocell might indicate that the giant Chinese operator is keen to implement LTE in place of the government-imposed 3G standard, TD-SCDMA. Article

> Mobile broadband providers in the U.K. are advertising high download rates but delivering less than a quarter of the speed, according to a new study based on over 3,300 mobile broadband speed tests conducted between March and August 2009. Article

> FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will be taking his net neutrality message on the road to San Diego in two weeks, where he will keynote the CTIA IT & Entertainment conference. Article

> Verizon Wireless is going to provide 3G EV-DO network support for an ereader made by iRex Technologies, a spinoff of Royal Philips Electronics. The device, called the iRex DR800SG, will get hefty support from Best Buy, which begins selling the ereader in its stores next month for $399.99. Article

> Nortel says it's ready to sell its wireless packet core assets next, but it doesn't have a named bidder. Article

> Aruba Networks has launched a high-capacity wireless ‘n' access point (AP) for under $700. Article

And Finally... Police officers will be disciplined for playing video games while they raided a convicted drug dealer's home in central Florida. Article

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