NewPath Networks to deploy DAS in Scottsdale; Consumers prefer wireless Internet

> Consumers prefer Internet over cell phone and cable TV, according to new research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. Article

>  Scottsdale, Ariz., has approved NewPath Networks' proposal to implement a multi-carrier distributed antenna system wireless network in the city. The DAS network will allow multiple carriers to share wireless access.  Article

> Rapid deployment coupled with mounting Internet traffic from video streaming and file sharing is causing many wireless broadband services to slow down or interrupt from data overload.  Some predict that poor user experience will impact growth. Article

> Telit Wireless Solutions' CDMA dual-band cellular machine-to-machine module, the CC864-DUAL, is certified for use on the Sprint wireless network. Release

> Report: T-Mobile will announce second Android phone next week.  Article

> IBM investing $100 million into mobile research.  Article

And finally... A British supermarket chain is harvesting renewable energy from a most unexpected place: the parking lot. Article

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