LightSquared transitions in shifting mobile market; Rogers to offer WiFi voice for enterprises

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> America's WiMAX pioneer Clearwire is in turmoil with execs leaving and customers suing, The Register explains. Story.

> The nation's other big nontraditional 4G player, LightSquared, is in the midst of a transition to deal with a shifting advanced mobile market. Story.

> In Canada, Rogers Communications will package WiFi voice services for smartphones for its commercial customers. News release.

> "TV Everywhere is taking over TV," according to Marty Roberts, vice president of Comcast's thePlatform in a video interview. Story.

> Can IP broadcasts be far behind? Easynet has come up with a way for broadcasters to maximize their use of bandwidth-saving IP. News release.

And finally ... iTV expert Michael Malcy has joined Alticast as vice president of business development. News release.

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