Gogo approved to operate up to 1,000 Ku-band satellite aircraft; London's Camden district expands municipal Wi-Fi coverage

Quick news from around the Web.

> In-flight broadband provider Gogo approved to operate up to 1,000 Ku-band satellite aircraft. Release

> Next iteration of Ruckus Wireless' software to enable secure connections to Wi-Fi hotspots. Article

> 3 Scandinavia selects Aptilo's advanced charging module for 3G and LTE services. Release

> UNSi completes acquisition of Airband Communications. Release

> General Dynamics equipment successfully completes PSCR public-safety interoperability tests. Release

> London's Camden district expands municipal Wi-Fi coverage. Article

And finally… Mutts in Washington, DC, now officially registered as Xoloitzcuintlis. Article

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