NSN opens TD-LTE lab; Cable companies partner on WiFi

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> Nokia Siemens Networks opened a TD-LTE lab aimed at accelerating commercial TD-LTE device deployments. Release

> Cablevision, Comcast and Time Warner Cable said they will allow customers in the New York City metropolitan area to roam across all of their WiFi networks at no cost. Article

> Ericsson's managed services unit at Sprint Nextel cut 100 jobs. Article

> Motorola demonstrated what it is billing as the world's first TD-LTE USB dongle. Release

Mobile Content News

> Apple patents Concert Ticket + system for iPhone. Article

> Mobile connected devices now account for 21 percent of Millennial ad impressions. Article

> Firefox, Bolt and NetFront don't plan to follow Opera to the iPhone. Article

Broadband News

> Next-gen technology heats up FCC broadband spectrum policy. Commentary

> Genachowski tries to sell broadcasters on a wireless broadband auction. Article

> NSN has been tapped for LTE trial networks in Taiwan. Article

> AT&T rebuts ABI report over mobile data traffic. Article

> Beceem, M-Skylink proffer reference design for USB WiMAX modems. Article

European News

> Mobile Broadband market in Central Europe to skyrocket over the next 5 years. Report

> mHealth monitoring sector set to boom, claims new Juniper Research study. Article

> Tele2 uses femtocells to offer voice and broadband services. Article

> O2 UK defends network quality (perhaps too much?) Article

> Ericsson looks for faster growth; but TeliaSonera dampens hope. Article

And finally... Apple CEO Steve Jobs gave a colorful response to an email query about the delay of the international launch of the iPad. Article

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