Report says FCC must improve wireless industry oversight; Starent shareholders endorse sale to Cisco

> The FCC needs to improve its regulatory oversight of the wireless industry, according to a new government report that highlights the FCC's failure to monitor the outcomes of the tens of thousands of complaints from wireless subscribers it receives each year. Article

> Americans on average consumed 34 GB of non-work-related data each day in 2008, with computer games accounting for the majority of all the bytes used, a university study found. Article

> Starent said Friday its shareholders have endorsed the $2.9 billion sale to Cisco Systems. Article

> OneFi Technology has announced that the initial installation of a WiMAX/BPL-based network in the Hogback Region of the Navajo Nation will begin in January. Article

And Finally... An Oregon man says a 3-month-old kitten apparently hitched a cold, 120-mile ride in the wheel well of his SUV. Article

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