Google and AT&T have broken into the mobile patent top 10; Boingo was named neutral host wireless provider for John Wayne Airport

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> Analyst Chetan Sharma said Google and AT&T have broken into the mobile patent top 10. Article

> Huawei's $300 million marketing campaign is aimed at boosting its image, particular in the U.S. Article

> During 2013's fourth quarter, average connection speeds on surveyed mobile network providers ranged from a high of 8.9 Mbps to a low of 0.6 Mbps, Akamai said. Release

> The FCC granted co-primary status to Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft (ESAA) uplinks for airborne Internet. Article

> The Enterprise Wireless Alliance said massive spectrum purchases are not part of the proposal to transition 900 MHz spectrum from land mobile radio to LTE. Article

> Boingo Wireless was named neutral host wireless provider for Southern California's John Wayne Airport. Release

> IHS said worldwide semiconductor revenue rose a 5 percent last year, driven by memory and wireless needs. Release

And finally… The NFL's Buffalo Bills paid a $3 million settlement for sending their fans too many texts. Article

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