Qualcomm raising estimates; Skype taking wait-and-see approach with Palm Pre

> Qualcomm is raising its sales estimate for its fiscal third quarter, helped by stronger-than-expected demand. Article

> Skype is taking a wait-and-see approach to the Palm Pre. Article

> Eye-Fi has released a new wireless memory card targeted at professional photographers. Article

> Everyone is getting in on the mobile app craze--even the country's first chief technology officer. Aneesh Chopra, recently appointed to the position by President Obama, said the proliferation of mobile data applications could lead to an increase in broadband spending. Article

> Tellabs is likely to introduce gateways this fall that are designed for the distributed architectures of 4G wireless networks such as LTE. Article

And Finally... New test results reveal that mobile broadband speeds on HSPA networks in the U.K. fall far short of operators' advertised maximum data rates. Article

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