SK Telecom launches LTE network; Wi-LAN settles patent litigation with Texas Instruments

> SK Telecom launched a commercial LTE network in South Korea. Article

> Microsoft has released some of the source code for the software it uses to collect details of people's Wi-Fi hotspots, so that it can be examined for privacy implications. Article

> Wi-LAN announced it has reached an agreement with Texas Instruments to end litigation over Bluetooth technology. Article

> Residents in the German city of Cologne now have access to LTE services after Deutsche Telekom's domestic subsidiary, Telekom Deutschland, switched on its city-wide network. Article

> According to new findings from analyst firm ABI Research, only a quarter of Apple iPad tablets shipped in the first quarter featured support for 3G networks. That number is significantly lower from previous quarters and just below the industry average of around 35 percent. Article

And Finally... A two-year-old Chinese girl left unattended fell 10 stories from her family's apartment window and survived after being caught by a woman passing by. Article

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