Alvarion cutting jobs; HTC Legend heading to AT&T?

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> Alvarion, which reported a first quarter net loss, said it will cut 20 percent of its workforce. Article

> According to FCC documents unearthed by Engadget, the HTC Legend appears headed toward AT&T Mobility. Article

> Sony Ericsson will update its Xperia family of Android phones to Android 2.1 in the fourth quarter. Article

> Details are emerging about the LG Ally, the company's first Android phone for the U.S. market. Article

> NetAirus has filed suit against Apple, claiming the iPhone--as a concept--infringes on its patents. Article

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> GoTV acquired Hands-On Mobile's app unit. Article

> Glu Mobile narrowed its first quarter loss to $3.7 million. Article

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