Greyhound buses getting free onboard Wi-Fi; Revenue from Nokia Siemens channel represented 57% of Dragonwave's quarterly revenue

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> Greyhound buses are getting free onboard Wi-Fi and entertainment services. Article

> Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 or Galaxy Note 8 tablet buyers get one year of free, unlimited access to Boingo's Wi-Fi network in North America. Release

> Multimode small cells are slow to move out of labs and onto networks. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent delivers LTE to Ghana, marking a first for West and Central Africa. Release

> NII Holdings (Nextel in Latin America), Motorola Mobility launched the PRIP Push-to-Talk (PTT) Android app in the United States. Release

 > Revenue from the Nokia Siemens channel represented 57 percent of Dragonwave's quarterly revenue. Release

And finally…  Struggling artist unwittingly destroys rare, vintage comic books worth a fortune to create paper mache model. Article

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