Qualcomm chip customers launch TD-LTE multi-mode devices in India; Netgear brings dual-band Wi-Fi to smart TVs

> Qualcomm, in association with Huawei, ZTE, Quanta and BandRich, announced the launch of TD-LTE multi-mode devices based on Qualcomm's MDM9x00 chipsets in India. Article

> Having failed earlier this year to reach an agreement with suppliers on providing mobile phone coverage in London's Underground train tunnels, Transport for London now has halted any further work on the project. Article

> Netgear is bringing dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity to smart TVs and Blu-ray players with its new Universal Dual Band Wireless Internet Adapter. Article

> LightSquared faces a hearing Sept. 8 before the U.S. House Science, Space and Technology Committee to study the impact of its proposed commercial offering on federal science activities. Article

> Canadian operator Rogers Communications is set to launch LTE network in Toronto beginning September 28, 2011. Article

And Finally... The Czech army is on a diet after military doctors discovered that half of the army's 22,000 personnel are overweight. Article

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