McDonald's starts free WiFi service; Qualcomm rumored to have new femtocell chipset

> McDonald's previously announced plan to stop charging for WiFi access in its restaurants went into effect. Article

> According to Informa Telecoms & Media, nearly 30 percent of the world's wireless connections are going to be using 3G or higher wireless broadband technologies by 2014. Article

> Having tinkered with the femtocell sector during 2009, Qualcomm is rumored to have a prototype chipset ready to be unveiled at MWC next month that could signal a change in femtocell technology. Article

> Why Len Lauer left Qualcomm for little-known printer company. Article

And Finally... A San Diego middle school was evacuated when a student's science project was mistaken for a bomb. Article

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