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Sprint replacing Nextel network relic with LTE in 2014

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For the last year Sprint has been talking up how it would replace its old Nextel iDEN systems with a shiny new LTE network, but until today it hadn’t revealed when. On Thursday, Sprint network operations president Steve Elfman provided that critical detail– 2014 — FierceWireless reported. Speaking at an event...
Sprint replacing Nextel network relic with LTE in 2014
FreedomPop announces network expansion for nationwide coverage alongside new 3G/4G 'Overdrive Pro' hotspot

Verizon and cable make concessions to close $3.9B deal

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The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon Wireless and the Spectrum Co. cable companies have agreed to scale back their joint marketing arrangement to win approval from the Department of Justice and Federal Communications Commission. Approval for the deal to be announced within weeks. [Read more]...
Verizon and cable make concessions to close $3.9B deal

ITC judge pushes back Samsung case against Apple by six weeks

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After extending the target dates for the investigations of two Microsoft complaints (one against Motorola Mobility, the other against Barnes & Noble), the ITC (or more precisely, an Administrative Law Judge, but Commission approval is, though formally required, highly likely) has postponed the target date for a decision on Samsung's...
ITC judge pushes back Samsung case against Apple by six weeks
Facebook Brings Notifications, Album-Specific Uploads To Standalone Camera App

Sprint May Have to Return $65 Million to LightSquared

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Sprint Nextel Corp. said it would have to return $65 million to Philip Falcone’s LightSquared if the hedge-fund manager’s wireless venture fails to get final Federal Communications Commission approval by a mid-March deadline between the two companies. LightSquared made the payments to Sprint last year as part of the companies’...
Sprint May Have to Return $65 Million to LightSquared

NY approves Cornell Tech's applied sciences campus on Roosevelt Island

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While Cornell has given its researchers the resources to build spider-like robots and move Pong paddles with the power of the mind, students more interested in the software side of engineering have not been getting as much love. That's about to change, however, with the recent City Planning Commission...
NY approves Cornell Tech's applied sciences campus on Roosevelt Island
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