TeliaSonera experiences slow uptake for LTE; Will the next generation of iPhone finally support tethering?

> Having been the first operator to launch LTE, TeliaSonera is thought to have only attracted around 1,000 customers to sign up for the service. Its LTE network is said to provide coverage to almost 400,000 residents in Stockholm and Oslo. According to the company, the lack of an LTE handset has been a major factor behind low uptake, with only dongles being available for high-speed data access. Article

> Reports have popped up that the latest iPhone OS will allow Internet tethering over AT&T Mobility's network. Article

> The mayor of London promised to make the city the world's biggest WiFi hotspot in time for the Olympic Games in 2012. Article

> New analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that that at the end of 2008, approximately $605.8 million of mobile VoIP revenues were generated in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. Article

And Finally... Police said a Maryland man was so drunk after driving into a central Pennsylvania field that a farmer had to carry the handcuffed suspect out in the bucket of his tractor. Article

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