ZTE claims first end-to-end voice-over TD-LTE (VoTD-LTE) call; Skype originally planned to build a crowd-sourced Wi-Fi network like Fon

Quick news from around the Web.

> ZTE claims first end-to-end voice-over TD-LTE (VoTD-LTE) call in partnership with China Mobile and Marvell Technology Group. Article

> Asus' new tablet, the MeMo Pad FHD 10, will ship in Wi-Fi and LTE versions. Article

> Sierra Wireless sampling telematics module for Verizon LTE network. Article

> Sprint's newest LTE phones will include the HTC Tiara (with Windows Phone 8) and ZTE Vital/Quantum. Article

> U.K. looks to replace privately owned Airwave Tetra system with LTE for public safety as early as 2016. Article

> FCC approves NextNav's 911 indoor-location technology. Article

> Skype originally planned to build a crowd-sourced Wi-Fi network like Fon. Article

And finally… Monks in the Russian Orthodox Church urged to avoid using cell phones to access the Internet. Article

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