Infonetics: LTE infrastructure to reach $11.4B in 2014; Germany begins 4G auction

> According to research firm Infonetics, the LTE infrastructure market will reach $11.4 billion in 2014, fueled by macrocell deployments. The market also is expected to get a boost from TD-LTE deployments by China Mobile and China Telecom by 2012. Article

> Verizon Wireless users with Android-based devices--such as the popular Motorola Droid--are not able to run the carrier's new Skype Mobile client with the phone's WiFi radio turned on. Article

> The German government this week took the lead on the deployment of so-called "4G" technologies with the launch of a spectrum auction involving 360 megahertz of airwaves spread across four bands: 800 MHz, 1.8 GHz, 2 GHz and 2.6 GHz. Article

And Finally.... A dead man has been elected mayor of Tracy City, Tenn. Article

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