Sprint LTE available in nine new markets; NEC first in U.S. to complete small cell LTE interoperability testing for public safety

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> Sprint LTE available in nine new markets. Blog entry

> Linkase iPhone 5 case boasts 50% Wi-Fi signal boost. Article

> FreedomPop intros new pricing options with Burst in-home broadband router. Article

> Voiamo offers flat-rate Globalgig pricing, expands coverage to four more countries. . Release

> Brazil speeds availability of 2.5 GHz, 700 MHz bands for LTE. Article

> NEC first in U.S. to complete small cell LTE interoperability testing for public-safety. Release

And finally… Kleiner Perkins has put more than $450 million into nearly 40 mobile investments. Article

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