Riverside, Calif., takes back WiFi network from AT&T; MetroPCS picks Gemalto for LTE over-the-air platform

> The city council of Riverside, Calif., has agreed to take over the WiFi network that AT&T has deployed across the city. Article

> ­Brazil's RDL Comunicações, a São Paulo-based WISP, has deployed Proxim Wireless' unlicensed WiMAX and wireless backhaul infrastructure to enable broadband service in 10 cities throughout Brazil. Article

> In addition to T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint now support Google's Nexus One smartphone. Article

> MetroPCS has selected Gemalto to provide an LTE over-the-air platform and Universal Integrated Circuit Cards for its 2010 fourth generation LTE broadband service launch. Release

And Finally... Some drivers in California said they were left flat after a spike strip fell out of a police car and punctured their tires. Article

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