SK Telecom, Ericsson demo 'Elastic Cell'; Juniper Networks stock may be undervalued

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> Samsung is reportedly relocating many members of its Richardson, Texas, marketing team to New York City. Article

> Former Qualcomm Labs executive Peter Marx is making Los Angeles smarter--technologically. Article

> nTelos Wireless and Dish Network expanded their test of offering wireless Internet service in West Virginia. Article

> SK Telecom and Ericsson announced a demonstration of a technology they call "Elastic Cell," which the companies said increases data speeds at the edges of cell boundaries. Article

> Nokia said that a software upgrade it introduced in its Flexi Multiradio 10 base stations in Korea for SK Telecom, LG U+ and KT is partly responsible for the 225 Mbps LTE-Advanced speeds the carriers are now offering. Post

> Verizon is making all of its FiOS broadband tiers symmetrical, offering the same download and upload speeds. Article

> Huawei trumped its main rival, Ericsson, with more revenues during the first half of the year. Article

> Shares in Juniper Networks could rise 30 percent or more due to lower valuations relative to its peers. Article

> Nearly 200 managers at Samsung's mobile division reportedly voluntarily returned a quarter of their first-half bonuses as the firm is poised to reports its worst profits in two years. Article

And finally... Washington, D.C., gets a no-cell phones walking lane. Article

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