Telstra picks LTE trial vendors; AT&T announces energy-efficient charger

> Australian operator Telstra picked Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia Siemens Networks as its LTE trial vendors. Article

> AT&T Mobility announced a new charger called the Zero Charger that saves energy by shutting off when a phone is fully charged. Article

> Qualcomm's plans for India's spectrum auction could shake up WiMAX's potential foothold. Commentary

> O2 and Vodafone will move to expand their network sharing deal, according to 3UK's CTO. Article

> The FCC is moving to implement a nationwide wireless network for use by emergency responders that will be paid for partly through a fee of less than $1 a month on all U.S. broadband users. Article

> Mesh networking vendor Firetide this week announced a strategic alliance and OEM deal with Netgear. Article

> The Russian state telecoms giant Svyazinvest has selected LTE technology for its 4G mobile networks. Article

And finally... A lawyer representing a New Hampshire man who cursed at people while he was jogging said a ban prohibiting the man from being in the city while he is free on bail is unconstitutional. Article

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