Verizon challenges rivals in '4G throwdown'; Google Nexus tablet delayed till at least July

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> Verizon challenges other carriers' network speeds in ‘4G throw down'. Article

> New Zealand's prime minister warned about Huawei security concerns. Article

> Google's Nexus tablet delayed until July, at earliest. Article

> Report: LTE will spur data demand, claim UK mobile retailers. Article

> Arrest warrants issued for directors of Qubee WiMAX network. Article

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