NSN reportedly offers lowest bid to supply China Mobile's TD-LTE tender; T-Mobile renews calls for Dynamic Market Rule to control bidding in 600 MHz auction

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Nokia Siemens Networks reportedly offered the lowest bid to supply China Mobile's multibillion-dollar TD-LTE tender. Post

> Intel Strategic Research Alliance (ISRA) has lined up U.S. universities for 5G exploration. Post

> British consumers are more concerned about data allowances than voice minutes. Article

> Russia's MTS targets quad-play, outlines LTE and data ambitions. Article

> Spain gets third 4G network as Yoigo's LTE goes live. Article

> T-Mobile renews calls for the Dynamic Market Rule to control market leaders' bidding in 600 MHz auction. Post

And finally… One long experiment: Pitch shown to be a liquid as camera catches tar drip after 69 years. Article

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