TeliaSonera makes 'world's first' LTE Internet connection; Moto shopping MIRS?

> TeliaSonera claims to have made the "world's first" broadband Internet connection over a live commercial LTE network in Oslo, Norway. Article and Video

> Shamrock Holdings, the investment arm of the Walt Disney Company, has started talks with Motorola to buy Israeli mobile operator MIRS. Article

> The FCC has approved a version of the HTC Touch Pro 2 that could be headed to AT&T Mobility. Article

> Nokia signed a memorandum of understanding with the operator MTS for the supply of Nokia products and services. Article

> Intel is investing $43 million in Japanese mobile WiMAX operator UQ Communications. Article

> The mobile video market will experience exponential growth over the next few years, according to Pyramid Research. Article

> Are LTE sub growth rates over 400 percent believable? Commentary

And finally... Japan is exploring using cell phones as a a model for ways to stop pandemics. Article

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