Rogers Wireless launches LTE trial with Ericsson; Clearwire delays launch of WiMAX in Denver

> Rogers Communications announced the launch of a comprehensive LTE wireless network technical trial with Ericsson Canada in the Ottawa area. Article

> A top LightSquared executive predicted his company, which is backed by hedge fund Harbinger Capital Partners, will shake up the wireless industry when it deploys its LTE network. Article

> Clearwire delayed the launch of its Clear-branded WiMAX service in Denver, according to a copy of a newsletter that was sent to Clearwire vendors in the Denver area by Clearwire's Brian Lanz and William Passan. Article

> While most of the major European operators are subtly lifting their tariffs for mobile data, Germany's E-Plus aims to grow its market share by aggressively cutting data pricing. Article

And Finally... Bradley County jail officials in Tennessee have been outfitting new inmates with old underwear worn by other prisoners, a practice they said is safe because the clothing is thoroughly washed. Article

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