'Six strikes' boss insists new system won't harm public Wi-Fi; Global Eagle Acquisition takes over Row 44, 86% of Advanced Inflight Alliance

Quick news from around the Web.

> 'Six strikes' boss insists new system won't harm public Wi-Fi. Article

> SK Telecom and Ericsson achieve the world's first demo of TM-9. Release

> ZTE, China Mobile conduct commercial TD-LTE carrier-aggregation test. Release

> EU close to deal over Chinese dumping allegations in Europe. Article

> Ericsson's Q4 turnaround driven by booming N. American sales. Article

> AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile forge pact to explore spectrum sharing with government. Article

> Global Eagle Acquisition takes over Row 44, 86% of Advanced Inflight Alliance. Article

And finally… Angry Birds soft drinks expand to Russia, Australia, New Zealand and Spain. Article

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