Google rejects free Wi-Fi proposal in Kansas City; Regulatory quest for spectrum sharing solution underway

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> Google rejects free Wi-Fi proposal in Kansas City. Article

> Huawei claims single-user uplink data rate of 20 Mbps on HSUPA. Article

> Vodafone Germany promotes LTE as network starts to groan. Article

> Virgin Media extends Wi-Fi service to 40 London Underground stations. Article

> Regulatory quest for spectrum sharing solution underway. Article

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