ST-Ericsson, Nokia develop TD-LTE demo devices for China Mobile; Novatel Wireless buys Enfora for $64.5M

> Alvarion won a deal to build a WiMAX network in Cameroon. Article

> ST-Ericsson and Nokia are developing TD-LTE demonstration devices for China Mobile. Article

> Denmark's mobile operator TDC has chosen Ericsson to supply and manage the LTE network. Article

> Ubiquisys has announced a new standards-compliant 3G femtocell solution with Nokia Siemens Networks. Article

> Novatel Wireless agreed to acquire Enfora for $64.5 million, expanding the company's presence in wireless data into new markets. Article

And Finally... A New York man looking for drugs misdialed and reached the local "Crime Stoppers" unit instead. Article

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