Tablets play growing role in LTE uptake; Telus agrees to buy Mobilicity and its 2100 MHz wireless spectrum

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> Tablets play growing role in LTE update, according to study. Article

> Cisco reports its Wi-Fi revenue is "up well over 100%." Article

> Devicescape managing 1.5 billion monthly consumer Wi-Fi connections via client apps from carriers and device manufacturers. Release

> Pentagon clears Apple mobile devices for use on U.S. military networks. Article

> As iPhone Sleeve delays drag on, FreedomPop offers Photon and free 2 GB as consolation. Article

> In Canada, Telus agrees to buy Mobilicity and its 2100 MHz wireless spectrum. Article

And finally… Butt-dialing gets alleged crooks in trouble when they call 911 during car break-in. Article

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