GSA said 1,371 LTE-enabled devices have been announced; Snupi Technologies preparing to launch WallyHome wireless sensor network

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> The GSA said 132 manufacturers have announced 1,371 LTE-enabled user devices. Release

> Comcast and NBCUniversal entered a 10-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers that includes stadium-wide Wi-Fi at Levi's Stadium. Release

> Zimperium's Android app learns a handset's habits to outwit new malware. Article

> The FCC's involvement in 9-1-1 cell phone location services was debated at a hearing. Article

> Snupi Technologies, buoyed by $7.5 million in funding, is preparing to launch WallyHome, its low-power wireless sensor network. Article

> Boingo Wireless was named the exclusive Wi-Fi and DAS provider at Sao Paulo's International Airport, South America's largest airport. Release

And finally… Police in Rome are using Twitter to tackle crazy parking. Article

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