Poland now fourth country to have commercial LTE; Telefonica 02 Germany launches LTE pilot network

 > Poland has become the fourth country in the world to have a commercial LTE network. Two cellcos in the eastern European country, CenterNet and Mobyland, have collaborated to launch LTE services in the 1.8GHz band, rather than waiting for new spectrum allocations such as the more common 2.6GHz. Article

> Minneapolis ranks seventh among U.S. cities in residential download speeds. But some local experts question the rankings' validity. Article

> Telefonica O2 Germany has put its first LTE pilot network into operation in Munich. Article

> Hong Kong's mobile network operator CSL Limited (CSL) and ZTE  demonstrated simultaneous Dual Cell HSPA+ (42 Mbps)/LTE technologies on an entire network at the LTE Asia 2010 conference. Article

And Finally... Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg has helped the Cleveland Clinic create a more stylish hospital gown without the peek-a-boo back. Article

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