WiFi-enabled entertainment device shipments to grow; MetroPCS picks Bridgewater for LTE components

> WiFi-enabled entertainment device shipments will increase from 108.8 million in 2009 to 177.3 million in 2013, In-Stat said. Release

> Chevrolet is offering a dealer-installed wireless Internet system from Autonet Mobile and enables laptop or mobile WiFi device access inside the vehicle and up to a 150-foot radius around the vehicle. Release

> ERF Wireless said it has entered into a Master Services Agreement with Roswell, New Mexico-based Southwestern Wireless for the provisioning and delivery of wholesale Internet and bandwidth services that will allow ERF Wireless to provide its digital oilfield solutions to major oil and gas companies active in New Mexico and West Texas. Release

> MetroPCS has selected Bridgewater's 3GPP Release 8 compliant LTE product suite for the launch of LTE broadband services planned for the second half of 2010. Release

> Telecoms consultant Bengt Nordström warned that the U.K. currently has insufficient spectrum to support LTE services. Article

And Finally... An 11-year-old North Carolina Boy Scout found and returned a stolen purse with nearly $2,000 inside. Article

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