Verizon Wireless CTO: Net neutrality not a problem for us; Femtocell shipments to triple this year

> ­EION Wireless, a Canadian manufacturer of broadband wireless and products, said it has been granted Indian certification for its Libra MAX family of WiMAX products for unlicensed WiMAX operation in the 5.830 to 5.870 GHz band. Article

> Verizon Wireless CTO Tony Melone said the carrier's LTE effort appears positioned to adhere to whatever net neutrality regulations the FCC may impose--thanks to the existing, open-access requirements attached to Verizon's 700 MHz spectrum. Article

> Femtocell shipments to triple in 2010. Article

> Qwest will apply for a $350 million broadband stimulus funding grant to extend broadband services to rural communities in its 14-state ILEC region. Article

> The latest Mobile Metrics Report from ad firm AdMob shows the tremendous growth seen in the company's ads served to more than 15,000 mobile Web sites and applications around the world. In all, smartphones like the iPhone accounted for 48 percent of AdMob's worldwide traffic, well up from the 35 percent share it took in February 2009. Article

> Google announced it received more than 1,100 community responses and more than 194,000 responses from individuals who want the search giant to build its experimental fiber network in their community. Blog

And Finally... Police in Michigan have released a copy of a 911 call where a suspected drunken driver chats with an emergency dispatcher for about 20 minutes before she is pulled over and arrested. Article

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