Mobile Internet spending will outpace that for home broadband connections this year; The OpenDaylight Project for open-source SDN adds Huawei and four other members

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> The Small Cell Forum's new special interest group is focused on deployment. Release

> Mobile Internet spending will outpace that for home broadband connections this year. Article

> Wi-See technology uses disrupted Wi-Fi signals for whole-home gesture recognition. Article

> Europe intends to lobby for public-safety communications spectrum in the 400 or 700 MHz bands. Article

> NTIA seeking folks interested in serving on the FirstNet Board in case of future vacancies. Notice

> The OpenDaylight Project for open-source SDN adds Huawei and four other companies as members. Release

And finally… Google and the Grameen Foundation's mHealth campaign to improve awareness of risky behaviors led to increased infidelity in Uganda. Article

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