Wi-Fi routers may never be patched for Heartbleed; ZTE provided tech support for Air China ground-air broadband test

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> Huawei and China Mobile verified multiple core TD-LTE-Advanced technologies, including FDD/TDD Carrier Aggregation, MSA, 256QAM, inter-site CoMP, and MU-MIMO in a field test at Chengdu Electronic Technology University. Release

> Wi-Fi routers are among the devices that may never be patched to fix the Heartbleed bug. Article

> Huawei started a base station deployment in rural Zambia. Article

> The fiber-to-the-cell (FTTC) tower backhaul opportunity prompted regional carrier Lumos Networks to start Project Ark. Article

> U.S. smartphone users are enticed by sponsored data plans, according to survey. Article

> The wireless network security market will be worth $15.55 billion by 2019, said MarketsandMarkets. Release

> Meanwhile, SNS Research predicted global spending on mobile device and network security infrastructure, software and services will reach $11 billion by the end of 2014. Release

> ZTE provided technical support as Air China launched its first ground-air broadband test. Release

And finally… Has Apple Maps revealed the Loch Ness Monster? Article

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