Alcatel-Lucent remains positive; iPhone bows huge in China

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> Alcatel-Lucent remained positive on its second-half sales prospects. Article

> The FCC will look at bill shock during its upcoming meeting. Article

> Microsoft scheduled an Oct. 11 press conference for Windows Phone 7. Article

> iPhone demand has outstripped supply in China. Article (sub. req.)

> China Mobile and HTC will jointly work on 4G technology. Article

> Google, Apple and other tech companies settled a federal probe into their hiring practices. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> The New Yorker expanded to Apple's iPad. Article

> Sharp introduced an Android-powered ereader and ebookstore. Article

> Mobile data bandwidth usage increased 68 percent during the first half of 2010. Article

> Apple's fledgling iAd network will control 21 percent of the U.S. mobile advertising market by the end of 2010. Article

> Mobile advertising solutions provider Jumptap appointed George Bell CEO. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> A YouTube executive said one of the company's largest challenges is providing end users with the same YouTube experience on their mobile devices as on the desktop. Article

> CDMA 450 MHz operators are eying LTE network technology. Article

European Wireless News

> LTE handsets operating in the 800 MHz band could cause interference to set-top boxes and cable modems, warned a European trade association. Article

> The European Union provided initial funding to trigger the development of common standards for a universal application platform. Article

> Ericsson is hoping to gain further inroads with the launch of its mobile advertising platform, AdMarket. Article

> 2010 is looking like a better year for telecoms. Article

> Are roaming fees an outdated concept? Commentary

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