Qualcomm's IZat employs Nokia's Here venue maps for indoor positioning; O2 expects to cover 5M in UK with LTE by end of August

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Qualcomm's IZat will employ Nokia's Here venue maps to improve indoor positioning for location-based apps. Release

> NTT DoCoMo's Xi LTE service, offering a maximum downlink of 112.5 Mbps, has surpassed 15 million subscribers. Release

> New Siemens CEO says he played no role in his predecessor's ouster. Article

> O2 expects to cover 5 million in the UK with LTE by the end of August. Article

And finally… "Pastafarian" allowed to wear spaghetti sieve on his head in photo for official identity card. Article

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