No Wi-Fi Calling feature on T-Mobile iPhone; nTelos to launch LTE this year using Alcatel-Lucent gear

Quick news from around the Web.

> No Wi-Fi Calling feature on T-Mobile iPhone. Article

> Beijing buses get on-board Wi-Fi. Article

> T-Mobile is priming a stronger LTE network with MetroPCS. Article

> North Korea stops offering 3G data service to tourists. Article

> Rogers to expand LTE to 44 more Canadian markets. Release

> Radisys and Rivada Networks collaborate to dynamically allocate excess spectrum for public-safety networks. Release

> nTelos to launch LTE this year using Alcatel-Lucent gear. Article

Also noted… Even Captain Kirk is appalled by costly Star Trek parody created by the IRS. Article

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