U.S. Cellular to launch LTE devices in Q1; UK supermarket rolls out free Wi-Fi

> U.S. Cellular expects to launch its first two LTE-enabled devices--a smartphone and a tablet--in the first quarter of next year, according to an FCC filing by the company. Article

> Sprint Nextel intends to maintain its mobile broadband plan pricing that does not include unlimited access to Clearwire's mobile WiMAX network despite a new agreement that will give Sprint unlimited access to the WiMAX network in 2012 and 2013. Article

> Tesco, the U.K. supermarket chain, is rolling out free Wi-Fi in all of its stores in the United Kingdom. Tesco is working with O2 for the network rollout and maintenance. Article

And Finally... A New Mexico restaurant employee says he's now seen it all, after three men left his diner with rolls of toilet paper and were nabbed in the parking lot by police. Article

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