Wi-Fi connections at Starbucks more secure than Pentagon network; Finland's prime minister opines on the Nokia-Microsoft deal

Broadband wireless news from across the Web.

> Wi-Fi connections at Starbucks were more secure than a glitch-prone Pentagon computer network. Article

> Fluke Networks rolled out a spectrum analyzer for DAS and small cells. Article

> New York City is eyeing Wi-Fi and cell phone service on subway trains. Article (sub. req.)

> LTE is in fewer places than you might think. Article

>Finland's prime minister has offered his thoughts on the Nokia-Microsoft deal. Article (sub. req.)

> Ceragon Networks will upgrade backhaul for Idea Cellular in India. Release

And finally… A time capsule containing Steve Jobs' Apple Lisa mouse was unearthed in Aspen, Colo. Release

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