Leap to offer modem from Huawei; Clearwire planning 500 new jobs

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless introduced the EC1705 modem from Huawei. Release

> Clearwire is planning to hire 500 workers to staff a new call center. Article

> Parents in the central Ontario, Canada  town of Barrie are alleging that the WiFi networks in their local elementary schools are creating a wide range of symptoms for their children, including headaches, dizziness, nausea, and increased heart rates. Article

> Dell'Oro's latest mobility infrastructure r report indicates Alcatel-Lucent remains the leader in the CDMA space. Release

And Finally...  A South Carolina man running for the school board had his petition with nearly 200 signatures on it eaten by his dog. Article

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