Mushroom announces 3G/4G bonding device for streaming live video to Web; Sonus virtualizes its session border controller

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> Mushroom Networks announced Streamer, a 3G/4G bonding device for streaming live video to the Web. Release

> AT&T and Intel joined GE to target the Internet of Things. Article

> Wi-Fi roaming services provider iPass has redesigned its Wi-Fi hotspot locator. Article

> Smart video devices are forecast to exceed the global population by 2017. Article

> TazcaConnects announced managed LTE services for up 200-2,000 users per tower. Release

> Sonus has virtualized its session border controller. Article

>LTE and TD-SCDMA drove cellular basedband growth during the second quarter. Article

> Morgan O'Brien is pushing LTE for enterprise private radio. Article

> LightSquared was given court permission to halt a lawsuit against the GPS industry. Article  

And finally… The perfect gift for young mad scientists lets kids control disfigured cockroaches with a smartphone. Article

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