NTT DoCoMo planning free Wi-Fi service; Shaw, Cisco make deal to deploy Canadian Wi-Fi network

> Japan's leading mobile operator by subscribers, NTT DoCoMo, is planning to make its Wi-Fi service free to subscribers by the end of December, according to a Japanese newspaper. Article

> China Mobile aims to work with Apple on an alliance that may lead to an iPhone for the company's TD-LTE network, Chairman Wang Jianzhou said. Article

> Shaw Communications and Cisco Systems announced an agreement to deploy an extensive Wi-Fi network in Western Canada. Article

> Samsung Epic 4G Touch, Sprint's version of Samsung's latest smartphone powerhouse the Galaxy S II, is now available to order on Sprint's website. Article

And finally... A pet cat that went missing in Colorado five years ago was found wandering in Manhattan. Article

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