Federal judge throws out Stingray evidence for first time; Ericsson renews commitment to OSSii

More wireless news from across the web:

> For the first time, a federal judge threw out evidence obtained without a warrant by a Stingray surveillance device. Reuters article

> Ericsson renewed its commitment to the OSS interoperability initiative when it signed an extended MoU with Huawei and Nokia. Telecompaper article

Telecom News

> Vendor Adtran reported year-over-year increases in both sales and net income, which the company attributed to strong demand for its FTTP and 100 megabit portfolios. Article

Online Video News

> With a new partnership with CBS, Twitter plans to live stream the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Article

Installer News

> AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless are all hopping on new a shared distributed antenna system in the Liberty Tubes and the Fort Pitt and Squirrel Hill tunnels in the Pittsburgh area in order to help prevent dropped calls for motorists. Article

European Wireless News

> Google has added the Three Group, a European mobile operator, as the latest network project for its Project Fi network. Article

Cable News

> Comcast Business Services customers nationwide lost access to their phone service due to a nationwide outage affecting the MSO Tuesday. Article

And finally… Blackberry is touting the merits of its platform's marriage with the Android OS. Inside Blackberry article

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