Verizon, Duke Energy announce building-efficiency program using LTE; NSN announces push-to-talk call over LTE

> Verizon Wireless and Duke Energy announced a teaming for a building-efficiency program using LTE. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks announced the successful test of a push-to-talk call over LTE. Article

> As Deutsche Telekom upgrades its HSPA network to support downlink speeds of 42 Mbps by the end of the year, the company has revealed its roadmap for commercial LTE services. Article

> BMW has developed a prototype system that allows drivers to compose full-text emails and text messages using voice commands. Article

> Hewlett-Packard said it is the first enterprise-grade WLAN vendor to ship dual-radio 802.11n access points with a total data rate of 900 Mbps. Article

And Finally... Conan O'Brien makes fun of the iPad 2. Article

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