Sony Ericsson resolves trademark litigation against Clearwire; GSA: 208 operators now investing in LTE

> Sony Ericsson reported the resolution of trademark litigation initiated against Clearwire. Article

> Singapore's M1 has awarded Huawei a five-year $224 million contract to provide the turnkey LTE solution for the operator. Article

> Ericsson announced that the company, via its local entity, LG-Ericsson, has signed a commercial contract with LG U+, a Korean wireless service provider, to build an LTE network. Article

> The Global mobile Suppliers Association has published an update to its Evolution to LTE report which confirms 208 operators are now investing in LTE, which is 98 operators more than in June 2010. Release

> New research from the UK telecoms regulator, Ofcom, suggests that the next generation of mobile technology will deliver more than 200 percent of the capacity of existing 3G technologies, but that will not be enough to match demand for mobile data. Article

And Finally... School officials say the students at a Pennsylvania school are getting sandwiches for lunch for failing to appreciate the hot meals the district provides. Article

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