Sprint's LTE footprint has grown to 110 covered markets; LTE is the fastest growing mobile M2M technology segment, says Infonetics

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> Sprint's LTE footprint has grown to 110 covered markets. Article

> Malaysia, Singapore and others commit to APT700MHz band plan for mobile broadband. Article

> Ericsson urges mobile operators in Jordan to adopt LTE. Article

> CommScope pushes new metrocell concealment products. Release

> Bulgarian WiMAX operator Max Telecom orders an LTE network overlay from Nokia Siemens Networks. Article

> Singapore launches a new series of commercial pilots using TV white space. Release

> Open Networking Foundation (ONF) completed its third PlugFest to drive commercialization of SDN OpenFlow. Release

> LTE is the fastest growing mobile M2M technology segment, says Infonetics. Release

And finally… Solar-powered phone screen from French startup could boost device battery life. Article

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