Apple job could point to Sprint iPhone; Verizon to sell Xperia Play May 26

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> Verizon Wireless will begin selling Sony Ericsson's PlayStation-certified Xperia Play gaming smartphone across its U.S. retail locations on May 26. Article

> CenturyLink may be interested in purchasing Sprint Nextel if AT&T's purchase of T-Mobile USA is approved. Article

> Cox Communications expanded its wireless offering to additional markets. Release

> HTC appears to be preparing a new, 10-inch tablet. Article

> Chipmaker Sequans said it will team with Ericsson for TD-LTE products. Article

> Apple and Google will face more Senate questions. Article

> Samsung canceled a planned press event for its mobile products. Article

> T-Mobile USA is reportedly blocking a video calling service. Article

> Dish Network's Charlie Ergen said he will step down as CEO. Article (sub. req.)

> Hewlett-Packard cut its profit expectations for the year. Article

> An Apple job posting could point to a Sprint Nextel iPhone. Article

Mobile Content News

> Mobile payments solutions provider Billing Revolution closed a Series B financing round totaling $6.6 million. Article

> Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo and Zynga are among more than a dozen companies and tech industry associations signing a letter publicly opposing SB 242. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Samsung Electronics unveiled a new Android developer forum. Article

> Mobile software platform provider Particle Code issued its Particle SDK Free Public Beta. Article

> Approximately a dozen iOS developers have received letters contending they are infringing on the rights of patent holding company Lodsys. Article

And finally... The space shuttle launch as seen from an iPhone. Article

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