Verizon Wireless drive tests 4G; Smartphones, tablets redefine viewing times and habits for video

> Verizon Wireless said some 100 vehicles are equipped with 4G testing devices that travel around the U.S. testing all of the major 4G and 3G networks for speed and coverage.  Article

> The growth of Internet connected smartphones and tablet devices has started to redefine viewing times and habits for video content. Article

> Ericsson announced it has added an In Application Payment service to its IPX service platform currently integrated with more than 120 carriers. With Ericsson's SK and wrapper technology, developers can create in-app payment opportunities--with mobile operators handling the billing--with payment models such as try before you buy, rental or subscription models. Article

> Twenty online retailers in 12 states must cease sales of illegally marketed signal-jamming devices or face significant fines, according to recent action taken by the Federal Communications Commission's enforcement bureau. Article

And Finally... A marathon runner was stripped of his third place medal after catching a bus to complete the last six miles of the race held in northern England. Article

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