Verizon, cable spectrum deal under fire; UK spectrum auction could force rail coverage

> Sprint, T-Mobile tell FCC to put brakes on Verizon spectrum deal. Article

> 4G mobile broadband spectrum auction could force UK rail coverage. Article

> Report: Sprint may end deal with LightSquared next week. Article

> Ericsson and NSN cut further jobs. Article

> Verizon launches LTE-enabled residential wireless broadband solution. Article

> How to beat AT&T in court for throttling 'unlimited' service. Article

And finally... People keep phoning police to report stolen cell phones while using the phone they claimed was stolen. Article

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