GSA: 156 operators investing in LTE; Nokia Siemens says US market a mobile broadband growth engine

> ­The Global mobile Suppliers Association published an update to its Evolution to LTE report which confirms that 156 operators in 64 countries are currently investing in LTE. This figure comprises 113 firm commitments by operators to deploy commercial LTE systems in 46 countries, and a further 43 "pre-commitment" trials or pilots in an additional 18 countries. Article

> ­Almost half of mobile users access the Internet from their handsets at least once a week, with about the same listening to music and slightly fewer emailing, according to a survey commissioned by Sybase 365. Article

> Video platform Kyte is giving publishers the ability to simultaneously broadcast live or on-demand streaming video to any Apple iOS device, including iPhones, iPads, and the iPod touch, as well as to the web. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks continues to believe the United States will be an engine for mobile broadband growth next year, a key executive said. Article

 And Finally... A man shot himself while sleep walking. Article

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