November a big month for in-flight Wi-Fi; Ericsson, Alca-Lu lead in LTE market share

> November has turned out to be a big month for airlines announcing the addition of Wi-Fi to their fleets. Article

­> Huawei and Indonesia's Bakrie Telecom have announced the finalization of the world's first CDMA2000 1x EV-DO Rev.B (DORB) Phase II trial based on Bakrie Telecom's existing CDMA network in Java, Indonesia. Article

> India's federal investigators indicted telecommunications carriers Vodafone India Ltd. and Bharti Airtel Ltd. and conducted searches in a probe into alleged irregularities in allocations of mobile-phone airwaves. Article

> Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent are outpacing other vendors in LTE market share, thanks in large part to aggressive rollouts by Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility, according to a new report from the Dell'Oro group. Article

And Finally... Alaska State Troopers say a man apparently angry that a snow berm was blocking his car is accused of attacking a snowplow with an ax. Article

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