SK Telecom said to eye 2015 for three-band carrier aggregation; Apple launched an iBeacon certification program

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> SK Telecom is said to eye 2015 for a three-band carrier aggregation launch. Article

> Nominum unveiled applications for in-browser marketing and communications based upon Internet Domain Name System (DNS) information. Release

> IBM wants developers to create apps that use its intelligent cloud-based service Watson. Article

> Transbeam announced a Layer 2 LTE wireless backup solution. Release

> Verizon will use Samsung femtocells to improve indoor LTE coverage. Article

> Apple reportedly launched an iBeacon specification and certification program. Article

And finally… The BroApp sends fake messages of love and caring to a guy's significant other so he doesn't have to. Article

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