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First Image of Reversible USB Cable Released

Plans for the first major overhaul in the design of the USB cable in years have been approved by the standards body that oversees the technology. more

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Verizon Wireless Admits Handover Delay on LTE Network

USA based Verizon Wireless has acknowledged that subscribers using its LTE network can experience a delay of up to two minutes during the handover from 3G to LTE networks if using one of their USB modems.  more

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Apple iPads an Unlikely Hit in Kazakhstan

Apple's iPad tablet computer has become an unlikely hit in the Central-Asian country of Kazakhstan, after the Prime Minister started using one for work purposes.  more

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Qualcomm and Ericsson Demonstrate LTE TDD Mobility at 2.3 GHz in India

A Qualcomm subsidiary in India and Ericsson have successfully demonstrated LTE TDD mobility at 2.3 GHz in an outdoor environment.  more

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Symbian Foundation web sites to shut down

As Nokia has changed its plans for licensing the Symbian operating system, the Symbian Foundation says that it will be reducing its day-to-day operations, including shutting down its websites from next month. more

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Operator News in Brief - 24th Nov 2010

Daily summaries of short news items relating to the mobile networks. more

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Telecom Italia Upgrading 3G Coverage Along High-Speed Railway

Telecom Italia is fitting out Italian high-speed trains with on-board Wi-Fi services, with the first trains coming into service within the next few weeks.  more

Related Tags: telecom-italia, railway, 3g-network, telecom, mobile-radio, coverage, video, tunnel, modems, Italy


Built-In Car Wi-Fi Shipments to Rise to 7.2 Million in 2017

Global shipments of built-in car Wi-Fi systems are set to soar by more than fortyfold by 2017, as automakers increasingly view wireless connectivity as a key competitive differentiator, according to iSuppli.  more

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Altair Semiconductor Powering LTE Modem for Polish Network Operator

Altair Semiconductor has been selected by Polish mobile network operator, Mobyland to power its LTE-USB modems operating in the 1800Mhz spectrum band.  more

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UK mobile broadband network upgrade to LTE not economically viable until 2015

It is not economically viable to upgrade current UK mobile broadband networks to address traffic demands and improve user experience until 2015,  more

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