Frontier attacks Comcast's consumer public Wi-Fi hot spot initiative; Cellwize says network congestion could prompt 30% failure rate for M2M, IoT

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Frontier attacked Comcast's consumer public Wi-Fi hot spot initiative. Article

> InfoVista and Mosaik will collaborate to streamline use of mobile network engineering data in sales and marketing activities. Release

> A Qualcomm exec said European operators are making up lost ground in LTE with Cat 6. Article

> Globalstar announced that its Sat-Fi satellite hotspot is now available. Release

> The U.S. Supreme Court decided cell phones are protected from warrantless searches. Article

> A chemical iris design, developed by German researchers, could lead to smaller camera modules for smartphones. Article

> Open Garden's FireChat now lets Android and iOS users communicate with one another minus an Internet connection. Article

> MEMS startup mCube got $37 million to make accelerometers smaller and cheaper. Article

> Taqua extended its VoWiFi platform to UMTS networks. Release

> Cellwize contends network congestion could lead to a 30 percent failure rate for M2M and the Internet of Things. Release

> Demand in China will help LTE grow by 50 percent over the next five years, Ovum said. Release

And finally… From the size matters department: A Drexel University associate professor snagged the Guinness World Record for an enormous Tetris game. Article

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