Gogo announced its 2Ku global in-flight Internet technology; Wi-Fi Alliance certified use of NFC to set up Wi-Fi connections

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> Gogo announced its 2Ku global in-flight Internet technology. Release

 > G.fast technology touted for use in broadband, mobile backhaul. Release

 > Transit Wireless and AT&T expanded their deal to bring wireless service to more New York subway stations. Release

> China may fund $750 million telecom networks in Mexico. Article

> IHS says growing Bluetooth penetration is driving the "Internet of My Things." Article

> Wi-Fi Alliance certified use of NFC to set up Wi-Fi connections, even on devices without a user interface. Release

And finally… The latest innovative use for Twitter involves predicting unemployment. Article

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