Researches demonstrate super-fast LTE; LG will roll out new tablets

Quick news from around the Web.

> A team of researchers at Nokia and South Korean carrier SK Telecom have demonstrated a super-fast LTE network running at 3.7 Gbps. Article

> Over the next several weeks LG will roll out three new G Pad tablets. Release

> Telsa CEO Elon Musk said he thinks that a company that relies on patents is a sign of weakness. Article

> Apple said it's rare but the company's 5W European USB power adapter may overheat and pose a safety risk.  Post

> In a memo to employees, Angela Ahrendts, Apple's new senior vice president of retail and online stores, said that customers still want to be surprised and delighted when they enter an Apple store.  Article

> Intel's stock jumped thanks to reports that its annual sales will increase for the first time since 2011 due to increasing demand for personal computers.  Article

> Facebook Messenger now lets you instantly send video clips. Article

> Drchrono has developed a new application that it claims is the first "wearable health record."  Article

European Wireless News

> Orange plans to work more closely with Deutsche Telekom to boost the operators' respective technology start-up programs. Article

> Nokia said it plans to buy U.S.-based Medio Systems to boost its HERE navigation, location and mapping division in what is the Finnish company's second acquisition for the business unit in two weeks. Article

> Deutsche Telekom revealed German security agencies requested nearly 50,000 phone line intercepts in 2013, in a move that came less than a week after Vodafone caused a stir by revealing similar data relating to its global operations.  Article

Telecom News

> CenturyLink Government's Senior VP and General Manager Diana Gowen is retiring at the end of this month after overseeing the business unit for nine years. Article

> Google Fiber overcame a major hurdle in bringing its service to Portland, Ore., as the City Council voted 5-0 to approve a franchise agreement. Article

Cable News

> The chances of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of SVOD service Aereo in its battle with broadcasters hover at around 30 percent, according to Wells Fargo Securities' Marci Ryvicker.   Article

> The Senate Judiciary committee announced Friday that it will hold a hearing on AT&T's proposed acquisition of DirecTV on June 24. Article

And finally… Police investigations show even BlackBerry messages can be intercepted. Article

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