Global Eagle Acquisition buys Row44 for $430M; Mobilink taps Huawei, Alcatel-Lucent for 3G

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> Huawei and Alcatel-Lucent won deals to build a 3G network in Pakistan for Orascom's Mobilink. Article

> Global Eagle Acquisition purchased in-flight broadband provider Row44 in a deal worth $430 million. Article

> Wireless power charging for mobile devices is still waiting for a big break. Article

> Australian regulators are looking into wholesale broadband pricing policies for NBN. Article

> There is uproar in the United Kingdom due to Starbucks' failure to block porn content over its free Wi-Fi networks. Article

And finally... The director of "Skyfall" used a 3D printer to reproduce a priceless 1960 Aston Martin DB 5 so the original wouldn't be damaged. Article

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