U.S. carriers may be holding back wireless charging; KT and China Mobile claim world's first cross-border VoLTE roaming demo

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> U.S. carriers may be holding back wireless charging. Article

> Apple, Cisco, AT&T, Verizon and the Electronic Frontier Foundation support Microsoft's attempt to quash a U.S. search warrant regarding an Irish customer. Article

> Starbucks is teaming with Duracell Powermat to let customers recharge mobile devices wirelessly. Article

> CommScope priced and upsized its secondary offering to 17.5 million shares of common stock, which are being sold at $23 per share. Release

> OpenSignal said its StormTag device and app, which uses Bluetooth LE to send weather data to smartphones, was fully funded after two days on Kickstarter. Blog entry

> KT and China Mobile claimed the world's first cross-border VoLTE roaming demo. Article

> DARPA and Northrop Grumman are working on a MEMS-based Chip-Scale Combinatorial Atomic Navigator (C-SCAN) that would replace GPS satellites. Article

And finally… The Onion reported satirically that Barnes & Noble was offering Nook tablets "free of charge to anyone who even stepped through the door at one of their retail locations." Article

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