Qualcomm, Asiaspace sign TD-LTE MOU; Russia's Scartel plans first LTE base station in Moscow

> Indian mobile operator Aircel intends to spend $500 million in the first year of its 3G rollout program. Article

> Qualcomm and Asiaspace WiMAX Sdn Bhd have  signed a non-binding MOU to explore future deployment of LTE TDD technology in Malaysia. Article

> Russian operator Scartel (Yota) is planning to launch the first LTE base station, in Moscow and St. Petersburg in 2011. Article

And Finally... Four Australian women have nabbed the world record for the fastest relay race in stiletto heels. Article

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