AT&T reportedly delays Nokia Lumia 900; iPhone could be foundering in China

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> AT&T Mobility reportedly delayed the release of the Nokia Lumia 900. Article

> The sale of Nortel Networks' patent portfolio to a consortium of companies including Apple and Research In Motion is now complete. Article

> China Telecom has started selling the iPhone. Article

> Ruckus Wireless was selected by the city of San Jose to build a Wi-Fi network. Article

> Nokia will reportedly launch a Windows 8 tablet later this year. Article

> Dish Networks closed on its spectrum acquisitions from DBSD North America and TerreStar Networks. Article

> A Chinese official said the country may not issue 3G licenses for another three years. Article

> Samsung said Apple is not producing source code as ordered by a judge in a patent-infringement case. Article

> The iPhone has reportedly failed to make inroads in China. Article

> Amazon Wireless is selling all of Sprint Nextel's WiMAX phones for 1 cent. Article

Mobile Content News

> Retailers' mobile Web sites are more popular than their apps, according to one new study. Post

> Nokia will shutter its mobile money service in India. Article

> Mobile marketer Augme Technologies has filed suit against rival Velti, alleging three counts of patent infringement. Article

> Google's Android Developer Ecosystem Manager Eric Chu is stepping down from his role as head of Android application sales. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Small cells were one of the main topics at the recent Mobile World Congress trade show. Industry Voices

> TeliaSonera is moving forward with its Voice over LTE plans. Article

European Wireless News

> Bolstered by what it claims to have been a very successful start to its mobile campaign in France, Iliad is set to ramp up spending on the mobile network of its Free Mobile brand with around €250 million planned for this year. Article

> Vodafone said on Friday that it has received a deadline extension to bid for Cable & Wireless Worldwide. Article

> TeliaSonera is not only the leading Nordic operator in terms of LTE customer, but it is also benefiting from the early arrival of LTE mobile phones in Sweden. Article

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