Apple preps iCloud service; T-Mobile takes a swing at Verizon over LTE outage

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> Verizon Wireless' HTC ThunderBolt is reportedly getting new radio firmware. Article

> Apple appears to be preparing its iCloud cloud-based service, dubbed "Castle." Article

> Cricket said it completed the rollout of its Muve Music service. Release

> AT&T will begin capping usage on its wired network. Article

> T-Mobile USA took a jab at Verizon Wireless over the carrier's LTE network outage. Article

> The Hewlett-Packard webOS-based Veer appears headed to AT&T Mobility. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft is offering tools to developers to move their iOS apps onto Windows Phone 7. Article

> Geodesic Limited unveiled Mundu TV, a new mobile TV service enabling consumers to access live and archived television content, video programming and movies across mobile and desktop platforms including iOS, Android and BlackBerry. Article

> Time Inc. reached an agreement with Apple to offer its iPad editions for free to print subscribers. Article

> Location information collected from mobile devices and desktop computers running Google products and services are "extremely valuable" to the company's future business, according to an internal email. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> India's state-owned operators appear to be struggling with WiMAX. Article

> Are AT&T and Verizon Wireless blocking Android tethering apps? Article

> Convergence Technologies Inc. is Verizon Wireless' latest rural LTE partner, and is planning a mobile payments effort. Article

European Wireless News

> Over 11.4 million French consumers are now using their handsets to access the mobile Web once a week, according to an annual study. Article

> News that KPN Mobile will charge more for certain mobile data services has triggered protests from Dutch consumer groups. Article

> The merger of Orange UK and T-Mobile UK into Everything Everywhere has yet to spark life into the company as evident by another lackluster set of quarterly results. Article

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