Kore Wireless acquires Australian M2M provider; MetroPCS opposes AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA

> Taiwan's largest IT association, the Taipei Computer Association (TCA) suggested that four of Taiwan's top WiMAX wireless broadband operators should merge to achieve economies of scale. Article

> Kore Wireless Group announced it has acquired Australian-based M2M provider Mach Communications Pty. Ltd. to grow its machine-to-machine business for multinational companies. Article

> MetroPCS made official its opposition to AT&T's proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA, joining the likes of Leap Wireless, Cellular South and Sprint Nextel in calling on regulators to squelch the transaction. Article

> With the advent of LTE smartphones that connect to legacy 3G networks, there will be 326 million dual-mode, or 3G/LTE devices, activated by 2016, according to a new report from research firm Maravedis. Article

And Finally... A mallard duck is sitting on seven eggs in a nest in the lawn and garden section of a Home Depot store in Bangor, Maine. Article

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