Nokia says it can deliver higher LTE uplink rates at the cell edge; Boingo, AT&T partner on DAS at Soldier Field

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Nokia Solutions and Networks said it can deliver higher LTE uplink rates at the cell edge. Release

> The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) confirms 222 LTE networks have launched, and said it will focus on APT700. Release

> Noise pollution maps could be crowdsourced from smartphone data. Article

> Ruckus Wireless is supplying Wi-Fi gear for Digital Way's WIGO Libre! Service in Peru.  Release

> Boingo and AT&T partner with SMG on DAS at Soldier Field. Article

And finally… Xiaomi's Lei Jun would really like everyone to please stop calling him "China's Steve Jobs." Article

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