Qualcomm completes data call using HSPA+, system failure shuts down Optus Australia's 3G network

> Qualcomm says it completed the world's first data call using HSPA+. The call achieved a data transfer rate of more than 20 Mbps in a 5 MHz channel.  Release

> China Mobile has purchased 40,000 TD-SCDMA phones for use during the Olympic Games. The handsets were purchased from ZTE Corp., Lenovo and Guangzhou New Postcom Equipment. Article

> A system failure shut down Optus Australia's 3G network along the east coast for some eight hours. Article

> EarthLink is turning off WiFi in Anaheim Sept. 30. Article

And Finally...  Meru Networks is using WiFi signals to "cloak" wireless LANs and make it impossible for hackers to decipher them outside the office building. Article

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