Sprint officially names Claure to replace Hesse as CEO; NTT DoCoMo will expand inbound LTE roaming service to Italy and Vatican City

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> Sprint officially names Marcelo Claure to replace Dan Hesse as CEO. Article

> Philips and Accenture created a gadget that uses brain waves and an Android tablet to control household functions. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent CEO: 'We are back and here to stay'. Article

> BT includes 'free' LTE and Wi-Fi in new business mobile plans. Article

> Deadlines were set for responses to petitions for reconsideration in AWS-3 service rules proceeding. Article

> NTT DoCoMo will expand inbound LTE roaming service to Italy and Vatican
City, enabling users from 16 countries and regions to use its Xi network in Japan. List (PDF)

And finally… Lorde's "Royals," played on trombone, makes the cows come home. Video

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