Apple's new iPhones drop into more countries; Motorola reportedly preparing Xplay

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@FierceWireless: RT@phonescoop: AT&T Confirms GDR2 and Amber Updates for Lumia Phones. Article[email protected]

> Apple's iPhone is going on sale in more countries. Article

> NSN said it is celebrating 15 years in managed services. Release

> Google's Motorola Mobility is reportedly preparing to the Xplay smartphone with a 6.3-inch screen. Article

> Wi-Lan and BlackBerry agreed to settle their patent dispute. Article

> Canada's Rogers said it restored all communications following an outage. Article

> Best Buy is reportedly preparing to expand its smartphone trade-in program by offering a minimum of $100 toward a new iPhone. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Verizon is working to boost small businesses at its new innovation center. Article

> Kumu Networks, a startup formed by Stanford University researchers, asserts it has found the key to "wireless full duplex" and can enable a radio to simultaneously transmit and receive overlapping signals within a single frequency channel. Article

> Locata's GPS technology could take the confusion out of indoor positioning. Article

European Wireless News

> Belgian's three main mobile operators have submitted bids to take part in the country's 800-MHz spectrum auction in November, meaning no new entrant wants to enter the LTE market there. Article

> France may try to block Alcatel-Lucent's planned job cuts. Article

> Vodafone intends to take advantage of new foreign direct investment rules in India by investing as much as $2 billion (€1.48 billion) to buy out minority shareholders in its Indian unit, reports said this week. Article

And finally… Aereo is coming to Android. Post