Wi-Fi provider The Cloud to filter out adult content by default; AT&T to light up LTE in 100 markets by year-end

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> UK public Wi-Fi provider The Cloud to filter out adult content by default. Release

> D2 Technologies to participate in the RCS VoLTE interoperability testing event in China and Slovenia. Release

> Harris County, Texas, to provide 10x10 MHz public-safety LTE service in 700 MHz band by Sept. 20. Article

> Billing Services Group buys Wi-Fi systems integrator Connection Services Holdings. Release

> Verizon Wireless, AT&T select TE Connectivity DAS for University of Alabama football stadium. Release

> Intelsat to provide satellite connectivity for Gogo's international in-flight Wi-Fi service. Release

> AT&T to light up LTE in 100 markets, including Denver-Boulder, by year-end. Article

And finally… Researchers seek Vivian Vance's ghost. Article

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