Nokia Siemens makes LTE call; Dallas becoming 4G hotbed

> Nokia Siemens Networks announced it made an LTE call using commercial base stations and fully standard-compliant software. Article

> Dallas becoming hotbed for 4G. Article

> The likely cost of deploying LTE networks has prompted two mobile operators in Switzerland to consider sharing the required capex and access. Article

> Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg claims there will be more than 3 billion 3G mobile broadband subscribers worldwide in the next five years. Article

> ­Huawei has announced that it has won a HSPA+ upgrade contract from Saudi Telecom Company, the largest telecom operator in Saudi Arabia. Article

And Finally... A man who said he hurled thousands of golf balls into Joshua Tree National Park for more than a year to honor deceased golfers will be explaining his tribute to a federal magistrate. Article

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