Study: Enterprise to bump up mobile broadband service revenues; Ericsson, Samsung demonstrate LTE interoperability

> According to ABI Research, business use of mobile data services revenues will increase 17 percent next year and continue to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12 percent until 2014. Article

> Blair Levin, who is heading up the FCC's program to boost broadband adoption nationwide, says the biggest crisis facing the U.S. is a lack of available wireless spectrum. Article

>Ericsson AB and Samsung said they have "successfully achieved interoperability between the world's first commercial LTE device from Samsung and the live network from Ericsson in Stockholm, Sweden." Article

> TeliaSonera has ordered wireless modems from Samsung that support only LTE technology, in preparation for its planned commercial LTE network launches in Sweden and Norway in the first half of next year. Article

> Intel is working to reassure Clearwire about the safety of confidential data about the company, one week after federal prosecutors charged six money manager and hedge-fund operators with conspiracy and securities fraud as part of an insider-trading operation. Article

And Finally... A burglar with a conscience returned a keepsake containing a boy's ashes to his Orlando mother after seeing the woman talk about it on television. The burglar, however, didn't return the other items he or she stole. Article

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