ZTE wins bulk of TD-SCDMA contract from China Mobile; Survey says iPhone users are satisfied

> FON, the Spanish company that has been creating a global network of shared WiFi hotspots, has introduced an advanced WiFi router for the U.S market that is based on the 802.11n standard. Article

> ­ZTE is reported to have picked up just over a third of the latest TD-SCDMA tender from China Mobile, reports the Interfax news agency. Huawei won 22 percent of the contract, while Datang Telecom was awarded 16 percent. Other equipment manufacturers share the remainder. Article

> Shares of Motorola slid Thursday after Goldman Sachs cut the company's rating to "Neutral" from "Buy," citing a climb in the company's share price since late January. Article 

> iPhone users are the most satisfied smartphone users and exhibit the strongest brand loyalty, according to a recent survey compiled by analytics firm Crowd Science. Article

> Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport hopes to launch free wireless Internet access next year, though it will also continue to offer fee-based WiFi for those who need or prefer it. Article

And Finally... A man in Salt Lake City robbed a 16-year-old girl working at a snow cone stand. He told her he didn't want to do it but owed his brother $80. Article

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