Time Warner to battle Google Fiber with free Wi-Fi in Austin; Oi is the second Brazilian carrier to launch LTE

Quick news from around the Web.

> Time Warner to battle Google Fiber with free Wi-Fi in Austin, Texas. Article

> Ericsson pulls away from the pack in core network infrastructure. Release

> Wi-Fi offloading moves helped Aptilo grow mobile carrier business by 40 percent during 2012. Release

> AT&T launches Digital Life home automation service starting at $30 per month. Article

> The most successful LTE operators--such as Verizon Wireless and AT&T--do not charge an LTE premium. Blog post

> China's TD-LTE rollout will dramatically alter landscape for mobile network gear vendors. Article

> Oi is the second Brazilian carrier to launch LTE. Article

And finally… Supermarket chain pulls Monkey Nuts product due to "may contain nuts" warning error. Article

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