Amazon cuts Kindle price; iPhone 4 going out early?

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> Nokia Siemens Networks will provide LTE kit for TeliaSonera's network in Gothenburg, Sweden. Article (sub. req.)

> Some iPhone 4 customers are reporting that they have been told they will receive the device a day before its official June 24 launch. Article

> AT&T Mobility's just-launched HTC Aria is already going for free. Article

> Amazon reduced the price of its Kindle ereader to $189, down from $259, following a similar move by Barnes & Noble with its nook ereader. Article

> Wisconsin's Mosaic Telecom announced it will offer a "personal, mini 3G base station" femtocell from Nokia Siemens Networks and Airvana. Release

> AT&T and Cinterion Wireless Modules announced the launch of the AT&T Connection Kit for device developers with Cinterion Wireless Modules. Release

> Sprint Nextel released its "attractive" 3G/4G USB 250U mobile broadband modem from Sierra Wireless for free after a $50 mail-in-rebate, a $49.99 instant savings and with a two-year service agreement on a new line activation or eligible upgrade. Release

Mobile Content News

> Google is preparing to roll out a music download service tied to its search functions, according to the Wall Street Journal. Article

> SlingPlayer Mobile is now available on Android. Article

> Palm appears to have lost another executive: This time it's David Temkin, vice president of Palm's developer platform, who will now head mobile for AOL, according to mocoNews. Article

> Voice and visual mobile advertising network Apptera announced the close of a Series B financing round totaling $10 million. Article

> Mobile messaging services provider 4INFO announced an agreement to acquire mobile advertising startup Butter. Article

Developer News

> Microsoft announced the launch of Windows Embedded Handheld. Article

> Apple's iOS 4 invites a refreshed look at the market. Commentary

> Research In Motion is poised to revamp its BlackBerry App World storefront. Article

And finally... Meet Greg Packer, a former highway maintenance worker who is getting paid up to $1,000 for waiting in line for the iPhone 4. Article


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