Intel's Fujitsu acquisition may give it an RF chip for LTE-Advanced; Cisco will slash 5 percent of its workforce

Broadband wireless news from across the Web.

> Intel's acquisition of Fujitsu Semiconductor Wireless Products may give it an RF chip for LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation. Article

> WeFi says four times more data was consumed via Wi-Fi than cellular last quarter. Article

> InterDigital was dubbed the most profitable U.S. company. Article

> Cisco will slash 5 percent of its workforce. Article

> Researchers developed a battery-free communication tech for Internet of Things sensors. Article

And finally… Elon Musk's Hyperloop is the star of a brilliantly silly Taiwanese animated news video. Article

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