Germany's airfi enters shared public Wi-Fi hotspot business; Broadcom gateway targets small cells in emerging markets

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> Germany's airfi is entering the shared public Wi-Fi hotspot business via an Indiegogo campaign. Release

> Huawei deployed its in-building Lampsite coverage solution at its UK headquarters on Vodafone's network. Article

> The NSA is tracking the location of hundreds of millions of cell phones. Article

> China granted TD-LTE licenses, clearing the way for iPhone on China Mobile. Article

> Gogo can now deploy Ku-satellite technology on Boeing 747-400 aircraft for international Internet connectivity. Release

> SkyCross unveiled a new line of 802.11ac 5 GHz antenna products. Release

> Broadcom's new  gateway platform is optimized for small cell deployment in emerging markets. Release

And finally… Andy Rubin, Android's co-creator, will develop real androids for Google. Article

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