aioTV sues AT&T Mobility's Aio Wireless; Samsung introduces Galaxy S4 zoom

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@FierceWireless: RT@allthingsd: How Apple weighs its product choices: Does it deserve to exist? -by @JohnPaczkowski Article | [email protected]

> IP video platform provider aioTV sued AT&T Mobility's Aio Wireless for infringing on its trademark. Article

> Nokia appears to be preparing a marketing push in conjunction with Microsoft. Article

> CTIA praised the introduction of the Wireless Tax Fairness Act. Release

> Huawei's planned Ascend P6 will reportedly run a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor. Article

> The move "jOBS," staring Aston Kutcher, will be released nationwide Aug. 16. Article

> Samsung introduced its new Galaxy S4 zoom, which the company said is the first smartphone to offer 10x optical zoom. Release

> C Spire Wireless will sell the HTC One. Article

> Sprint Nextel is testing LTE cell sites in San Francisco. Article

> Nokia said it will ship its last Symbian phone this summer. Post

Mobile Content News

> Google plans to implement new search ranking changes designed to punish websites that are not optimized for smartphone screens. Article

> ZTE has reached an agreement with Electronic Arts to preload the publisher's games on its Android smartphones. Article

> Google confirmed it is acquiring Israeli crowdsourced location services firm Waze. Article

And finally… Kanye West said he's the next Steve Jobs. Article<

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