Verizon will debut LTE multicast in 2015; Asus' Wave 2 802.11ac home router uses Quantenna's 4x4 MU-MIMO technology

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Verizon will debut LTE multicast in 2015. Article

> SK Telecom and Ericsson demonstrated so-called "elastic cell" technology for faster data transfer rates. Article

> Private WiFi's free app for Windows 8 personal computers and Surface tablets alerts users when they are using unsecure or unencrypted Wi-Fi. Release

> Range Networks added 3G WCDMA capability to its OpenBTS open-source software. Release

> Some Europeans still await 3G, while carriers spar over 5G. Article

> AT&T deployed mobile cell sites and additional Wi-Fi capability for Comic-Con in San Diego. Article

> Asus' Wave 2 802.11ac home router uses Quantenna's 4x4 MU-MIMO technology and universal beamforming. Release

> D-oh! The new "Simpsons World" app will launch in October. Article

And finally… In excess of 1 million comments have been filed with the FCC regarding net neutrality, including one that consisted entirely of the user instructions for a Whirlpool dishwasher. Article

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