Fitch maintains Sprint’s negative outlook due to upgrade, iPhone costs; U.S. lobbyist severs ties with ZTE

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Fitch maintains Sprint's negative outlook due to upgrade and iPhone costs. Article

Virgin, Boost and Samsung promise "big mobile news" on Aug. 22. Article

Raleigh-Durham Airport selects Boingo as Wi-Fi service provider. Article

U.S. lobbyist severs ties with Chinese telecom vendor ZTE. Article

T-Mobile UK drops support for mobile tethering on unlimited data tariffs. Article

And finally… Samsung patents perfume-packing cell phone... again. Article

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