NTIA suspends certain public-safety LTE projects; Nearly 2M British homes to suffer TV interference from LTE networks

Quick news from around the Web.

> NTIA suspends public-safety LTE projects using federal funds. Article

> iOS 5.1.1 warnings message suggests future support for FaceTime over 3G. Article

> Phones in the sky: Virgin Atlantic allows calls. Article

> Clash in U.S. on mobile privacy protection. Article

> Will security issues hamper ZTE's phone efforts in the U.S.? Article

> Huawei hires agency to lead U.S. advertising campaign. Article

> Samsung's SCH-LC11 mobile hotspot now available on U.S. Cellular. Article

> Nearly 2M British homes to suffer TV interference from LTE networks. Article

And finally... Welsh village set to become world's first "Wikipedia town."  Article

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