Andrew Seybold on LBS; America Movil adds 6.1M subs in LatAm

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> América Móvil SA, Latin America's largest mobile-phone-service provider, reported a 25 percent increase in its second-quarter profit as it added 6.1 million new subscribers in the region. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Icomera a supplier of Internet connectivity to trains, has agreed to acquire U.K.-based Moovera Networks, the manufacturer of fixed and mobile communications systems for use on busses and trains. Article

>  AT&T said it is now the first U.S. wireless carrier to offer its customers GPS-based navigation capabilities when abroad with the availability of AT&T Navigator Global Edition. Release

And Finally... Nokia dominates Opera mobile web usage. Article

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