India's Tata to offer commercial A-GPS for first time; MTS becomes first 3G operator in Russia

> The Mobile Entertainment Forum forecasts that the U.S. ad-funded mobile entertainment market will be worth $336 million by 2013. Article

> IMS Research says the combined forecasts for users of contactless mobile payments, mobile banking and over the air transactions will reach $884 million in 2012. Article

> India's Tata Teleservices has announced that it will commercially deploy a new location-based service that is the first to use Qualcomm's A-GPS technology in the Indian market. Article

> Cisco is not sure if femtocells will be a success, despite investing in ip.access. Article

> Russian operator Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) has become the first to switch on a commercial 3G network following the launch of the service this week in St Petersburg. Article

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