Huawei pins its hopes on Europe; The FCC's H Block spectrum auction is expected to attract attention from Sprint, Dish and others

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> Shut out of the United States, Huawei pins its hopes on Europe. Article

> DirecTV's GenieGO place-shifting app lets subscribers stream recorded content to PCs and iOS devices via Wi-Fi. Article

> Claro Chile launches LTE with Nokia Siemens equipment. Release

> Analyst firm iGR says 86 percent of broadband data use in U.S. households will be on Wi-Fi devices in 2017. Release

> Singapore's 4G spectrum auction fails to attract new entrants. Article

> EE brings LTE to more than 55 percent of UK POPs eight months after its initial launch. Release

> The FCC's H Block spectrum auction is expected to attract attention from Sprint, Dish and others. Article

And finally… RIP: Guitar legend Johnny Smith. Article

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