T-Mobile Czech Republic claims first via MIMO 800 MHz test; Cincinnati airport cuts security wait lines by tracking smartphones

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> T-Mobile Czech Republic has completed what it claims is the world's first 4×4 MIMO test in a low frequency (800 MHz) band. Article

> Gilat Satellite Networks and Intelsat announced a partnership under which they aim to deliver 2G and 3G connectivity to underserved areas by using Gilat's CellEdge small-cell-over-satellite solution combined with Intelsat's satellite solutions. Article

> Amazon acquired a startup called 2lemetry that offers technology for sending, receiving and analyzing data from Internet-connected devices and machines. Article

> Tracking travelers' phones via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi allowed a Cincinnati airport to cut security line waits by a third. Article

> An important initiative at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona brought together a group of companies and operators that cooperated on live demonstrations of multicasting using LTE Broadcast technology, but is it ready for prime time? Blog

> IT and security experts discuss why companies and consumers alike should be careful about deploying smart appliances and devices that connect to the Internet. Article

> Suddenlink Communications is the first major cable customer for Alarm.com's hosted security and home automation services. Article

> For tech titans like Mark Zuckerberg, sharing has its limits. Article (sub. req.)

> Anuta Networks announced support for OpenStack Virtual Infrastructure Manager (VIM) and compliance with ETSI NFV. Release

> A new report notes that it took 75 years for telephones to achieve 50 million users, while Angry Birds reached that goal in a mere 35 days. Article (sub. req.)

And finally… Watching live streams of people coding is now officially a thing. Article