Apple hiring iPhone engineers; Verizon and Pantech team on Jest

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> Google has cast its Android-powered ambitions toward Asia. Article

> Apple is hiring additional iPhone antenna engineers, an action notable in light of the recent dust-up over the antenna performance of the company's new iPhone 4. Article

> Chinese contract handset maker Foxconn is moving its manufacturing plant to avoid higher labor costs. Article

> After the presiding judge rejected an initial batch of claims, Motorola, Nokia and others may try again to sue LG, Samsung and other LCD display makers for an alleged price-fixing scheme. Article

> Verizon Wireless and Pantech announced the new Jest feature phone. Release

> Sony Ericsson detailed an over-the-air software update for its Xperia X10 device. Post

> T-Mobile said it will sell the previously announced LG Sentio for $9 per month for 20 months with T-Mobile's Even More Plus rate plan, or $69.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate with a two-year service agreement and qualifying data plan. Release

Mobile Content News

> Location-based mobile social network Foursquare closed a Series B venture financing round valued at $20 million. Article

> Movie rental and video streaming service provider Netflix is now developing a client for Google's Android mobile operating system. Article

> An AT&T website explains why the carrier only will support Android apps delivered by the Android Market. Article

> Streaming video site Hulu finally confirmed plans to introduce Hulu Plus, an ad-supported subscription service priced at $9.99 per month. Article

Mobile Enterprise News

> Cisco unveiled what it calls an Android-based mobile collaboration business tablet that delivers virtual desktop integration with a range of Cisco collaboration and communication applications, such as HD video. Article

> Mobile enterprise company Zenprise raised $9 million in venture capital funding. Article

And finally... Here we go again: Bloomberg predicts Verizon iPhone in January. Article