Huawei names new CTO; Study finds high cost of building out LTE

> Huawei said that Matt Bross, the former BT Group CTO, would become the vendor's new CTO. Article

> Consultancy Aircom said that the high cost to operators of deploying LTE networks will force some to look for money-saving strategies, including possibly sharing networks. Article, release

> MetroPCS said it has nearly doubled the number of cities and towns--to more than 11,000 in the continental United States--included in its Unlimited Nationwide coverage area. Release

> TiVo introduced a new mobile application optimized for Research In Motion's BlackBerry smartphones. Article

> Devotees of the alternative Dvorak keyboard are fighting to get more smartphone makers to use the format. Article (sub. req.)

> Akamai Technologies announced the introduction of the Akamai HD Network, a video platform promising to deliver HD video online to viewers using Adobe Flash technology, Microsoft Silverlight and the iPhone. Article

And finally... The Power Loader, a metal exoskeleton, lets the user pick up 220 pounds effortlessly. Article

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