Will LTE boost ARPUs in the coming years?; T-Mobile International conducts femtocell interoperability tests

 > Will LTE boost operator ARPUs in the coming years? Article

> T-Mobile International is the first operator to conduct extensive interoperability tests between femtocell equipment from different vendors, which will take place over the next six months in its labs in Germany, using kit from Ubiquisys and Huawei. Article

> Nokia extended its relationship with chip shop ST-Ericsson, announcing a long term partnership over China's homegrown TD-SCDMA platform. Article

> NTT DoCoMo said  it is laying the foundations for its LTE deployment by rolling out new WCDMA base stations that will be compatible with the 4G technology. Article

> Motorola introduced a new WiMAX interoperability solution. Article

And Finally...  A Wisconsin teenager will need legal permission to date girls for the next three years after he was convicted of fleeing to Tennessee with his girlfriend in a stolen car. Article

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