Vancouver's V-Poles could provide Wi-Fi, cell coverage and more; Will London 2012 be the first data roaming mega event?

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> FCC approves use of LTE in 800 MHz band, opening door for Sprint. Article

> Vancouver's V-Poles could provide Wi-Fi, cell coverage and more. Article

> Will London 2012 be the first data roaming mega event? Article

> BlackBerry maker RIM reportedly set to lay off 2,000. Article

> Ambient video and the changing face of communication. Article

 > Bharti to finally buy 49% stake in Qualcomm's Broadband Wireless Access units. Article

And finally... Sotheby's to auction Steve Jobs Atari memo, Apple I motherboard. Article

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