LTE device ecosystem sees 155% increase in model numbers; HTC WiMAX devices powered by Sequans

> The LTE device ecosystem has seen a 155 percent rise in model numbers over the last six months, according to a report from the Global mobile Suppliers Association . Article

> HTC devices recently launched four 4G WiMAX devices in Korea and the United States, powered by the Sequans Communications WiMAX chip. Article

­> A U.S. Judge has ruled that LG Electronics did not infringe on a patent held by WiLAN, and granted the South Korean firm's request for summary judgment on non-infringement. Article

­> U.S.-based VelaTel Global Communications (previously ChinaTel Group) announced that its Peru-based Go Movil WiMAX network went  live in all eight cities where it holds licenses. Article

And finally... Police in Idaho Falls have told a man to stop wearing a bunny suit in public after people complained he has been frightening children. Article

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