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> AT&T plans to hire up to 130 workers in Connecticut, partially for its wireless business. Release

> Apple will reportedly release the third version of its iPad in the third quarter of this year. Article

> The blog Engadget posted what is said were pictures of Research In Motion's planned touchscreen BlackBerry Curve, currently dubbed the BlackBerry Orlando. Article

> Level 3 will buy Global Crossing in a $1.9 billion deal. Article

> Research In Motion executives defended the company's position, but acknowledged shortcomings. Article

> HTC plans to update is Sense software. Article

> Best Buy said it will restrict iPad 2 sales due to shortages and an "upcoming promotion." Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> Apple rejected PopCap's "Unpleasant Horse" game submission to the App Store. Article

> AT&T Mobility unveiled a new service for retailers called Digby Mobile Commerce. Article

> San Francisco-based startup Kiip has formally launched its mobile in-game rewards network after seven months in stealth mode. Article

> Google acquired Canadian mobile music startup PushLife for a reported $25 million. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> China Mobile has chosen another vendor, Ericsson, to participate in its TD-LTE trial network deployment. Article

> Growth of LTE infrastructure spending will reach $27.9 billion by 2014. Article

European Wireless News

> Analysts are split on Nokia's future. Commentary

> The French telecoms market is about to undergo a radical shift with the entry of a fourth operator and LTE services appearing in 2012. Article

> The German LTE roadmap has moved another step forward with the announcement from Telefónica O2 that it has selected Huawei as a supplier for its German LTE network. Article

And finally... An authorized biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs is set to be released next year. Article

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