Japanese subscribers use apps, browse web more than US customers; Ruckus unwires Buddhist Temple

> Wireless subscribers in Japan use apps, browse the Internet and download content more so than subscribers in the United States and Europe, according to new numbers released by comScore. Article

> Ruckus Wireless announced that Thailand's largest Buddhist Temple, Wat Phra Dhammakaya, has completed the deployment of Ruckus Smart WiFi products and technology throughout its massive 80-acre facility. Release

> Spot On Networks and GuestWiFi announced the merger of their joint hospitality services in which WiFi high speed wireless broadband Internet access is provided to hotels across the United States. Release

And Finally... A burning big-rig loaded with yams has caused a traffic problem on a Los Angeles-area freeway. Article

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