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Ruckus results top estimates as customers expand Wi-Fi

(Reuters) - Ruckus Wireless Inc <RKUS.N> reported second-quarter results above analysts' estimates, as mobile and broadband service providers bought more Wi-Fi devices to cater for surging consumer demand. Full story

BT chief signs off with turnaround set fair

LONDON (Reuters) - Outgoing BT <BT.L> boss Ian Livingston is set to leave on a high note after results that carried all the hallmarks of his five years at the telecom operator's helm, with costs down, profits up and investment in place for the future. Full story

Alvarion receives delisting notice from Nasdaq, seeks hearing

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israeli wireless broadband technology firm Alvarion said it received a letter from Nasdaq's Listing Qualifications Department indicating the company's ordinary shares are subject to delisting. Full story

Committee votes to halt broadband project near its completion

A project to create the nation's first statewide emergency broadband network has come to a halt. Full story

National Native American magazine going digital

A weekly magazine that is a leading source of Native American news is abandoning print in favor of an online-only presence, in a cost-cutting move that worries some readers who fear they may lose access because of the switch. Full story

Spain telecoms regulator sees more pain for operators in 2013

MADRID (Reuters) - Earnings are falling for Spanish telecoms operators this year as recession drags on and competition heats up, with mobile broadband the only area of growth, the head of Spain's telecoms watchdog said. Full story

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