Russia bans anonymous access to Wi-Fi in public places; Huawei finds better climate for network gear biz in Canada

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Russia banned anonymous access to Wi-Fi in public places. Article

> T-Mobile has gone after more 700 MHz spectrum. Article

> Gogo told the FCC the proposed 500 MHz AGMBS band should be split into four 125 MHz licenses. Filing

> Syniverse completed its acquisition of Aicent for about $292 million. Release

> Gemalto is buying U.S.-based data protection specialist SafeNet for $890 million. Article

> Spirent Communications announced enhancements to test capabilities aimed at improving location accuracy for E911 calls indoors. Release

> Blocked in the U.S., Huawei is finding a better climate for its network gear biz in Canada. Article

 > Keysight Technologies announced signal-generation solutions for Wi-SUN and LTE/LTE-Advanced. Release

And finally… The "Warkitteh" collar lets kitty sniff out vulnerable neighborhood Wi-Fi hotspots just by being a cat. Article

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