LTE attracts 19M subs year-over-year in North America; ZTE signs $20B agreement with China Development Bank

Quick news from around the Web.

> LTE attracts 19 million subscriptions year-over-year in North America. Release

> China Mobile readying TD-LTE for Hong Kong. Article

> Rio de Janeiro beaches will get free Wi-Fi. Release

> U.K. government expects 4G auction to make just £3.5 billion. Article

> ZTE signs $20 billion agreement with China Development Bank. Article

> Verizon's mobile TV goes dark as it pulls the plug on VCast video. Article

And finally… Fox steals phone, answers call and sends SMS in fox language. Article

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