T-Mobile's network suffered service problems; Wireless mic users face a worsening spectrum crunch

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> The T-Mobile US network suffered problems with phone calls and mobile Internet service. Article

> Gogo is partnering with American Airlines to add in-flight Internet on regional jets. Release

> Agilent Technologies and Cascade Microtech will collaborate on RF measurement solutions that streamline wafer-level semiconductor measurements. Release

> 802.11ac is changing the WLAN market's trajectory and will drive renewed revenue growth, study says. Release

> Wireless microphone users face a worsening spectrum crunch thanks to 600 MHz auction rules. Article

And finally… After a "Godzilla Attack!" alert in San Francisco, the U.S. government warns about traffic-sign hackers. Article

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