Wisconsin gives back $23 million in broadband stimulus funds; CTIA, CES say broadcast spectrum auction could net $33B

> The senior director of technology at the GSM Association declared that WiMAX  is on "life-support". Article

> Vodafone plans to launch a second version of its Sure Signal femtocell within the next month as the operator continues to target home workers, small businesses and consumers in 3G coverage black spots. Article

> Wisconsin is giving back $23 million in federal broadband stimulus funding awards intended for broadband expansion, complaining there were "too many strings attached" to the stimulus funding. Article

> CTIA and the Consumer Electronics Association submitted a white paper to the FCC demonstrating that the auction of 120 MHz of underutilized broadcast television spectrum will produce more than $33 billion in net proceeds for the U.S. Treasury. Article

> AT&T said it will offer Voice over LTE services starting in 2013. Article

And Finally... An internal marketing stunt at Dell's offices end in arrests. Article

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