Samsung to sell WiFi-only version of Galaxy Tab tablet; Stoke appoints former Ericsson VP to head sales

> Samsung confirmed that it will be selling a WiFi-only version of its popular Galaxy Tab tablet. Article

> Mobile broadband gateway developer Stoke announced the appointment of former Ericsson vice president Magnus Almquist as vice president of worldwide sales. Release

> Anritsu introduced a measurement suite for handheld analyzers that measures the RF, modulation, and over-the-air parameters of TD-LTE eNodeB radio transmitters. Release

> Tolaga Research identified 123 active and completed LTE trials globally, spanning 65 nations. Thirty-six of the global trials are in the Asia Pacific region. Article

And Finally... ­The Indian High Court in Gujarat has ordered that a bureaucrat face disciplinary action after his mobile phone rang in the court room, and he failed to then switch it off when requested. Article

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