Rogers announces LTE devices, pricing; Frontier Airlines gains Wi-Fi service

> Rogers to launch new LTE devices and price plans. Article

> Frontier Airlines now Wi-Fi enabled. Article

> Seventeen vendors adopt Femto Forum LTE small cell APIs. Article

> Samsung reduces its LTE chip cost by half. Article

And finally... The ex-mayor of a California city admits stealing a food mixer to make pizza. Article

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