LightSquared says a new product developed in partnership with GPS manufacturer Javad GNSS and due out in November will eliminate interference problems with high-precision GPS devices.
Data that came out last week showing continued interference by its wireless network was leaked to hurt LightSquared's prospects for getting government approval to proceed, the company says.
Knowing it trails Verizon and AT&T in its 4G LTE network, Sprint announces plans to ready over 100 new cities for LTE deployment.
Planned wireless network, which has raised concern over problems with personal or military GPS devices, caused "harmful interference" to receivers used in recent government testing, say reports that cite draft results. Company cries foul.