LTE, Android expected to dominate MWC; Motorola intros USB WiMAX dongle

> Telecom startups, including a significant number of wireless players, raked in more than $120 million in venture capital funding during the fourth quarter, according to the National Venture Capital Association. Article

> LTE and Android are expected to dominate the Mobile World Congress next week. Article

> Will the iPad choke wireless networks? Commentary

> Average mobile broadband speeds stood at just over 1Mb in 2009--despite providers advertising ever-faster top speeds. Article

> Motorola introduced a new USB WiMAX dongle that serves as a home docking station that adds antenna power and the ability to suction-cup the sucker to a window to improve indoor coverage. Article

And Finally... A Connecticut school cafeteria worker and a 13-year-old girl face criminal charges after police said a food fight turned into a real fight. Article

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