Huawei overtakes NSN in microwave equipment market; AT&T CEO: We don't know if LTE will spur change to usage-based pricing

> Huawei overtakes NSN in microwave equipment market. Article

> AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said he did not know whether the advent of LTE networks would cause wireless carriers to shift to usage-based pricing for mobile data, but he reiterated his position that such a move would happen. Article

> The FCC released an application for the iPhone and Android phones--as well as a Web-based application--that allows users to test the speed of their broadband connection and see how it stacks up against the advertised speed of the network. Article

> A key Verizon Wireless executive said the carrier plans to debut an LTE handset three to six months after it commercially launches LTE service. Article

And Finally... Nebraska authorities said a 30-year-old-man showed up so drunk for his sentencing for drunken driving that he missed his hearing. Article

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