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> Apple will pay $60 million to settle an iPad trademark dispute in China. Article

> U.S. antitrust regulators are reportedly investigating whether Google's Motorola Mobility is abiding by industry-standard licensing commitments for some of its patents. Article

> Ingram Micro agreed to buy Brightpoint for $840 million. Article

> Qualcomm is reportedly going to acquire small-cell chipset specialist DesignArt Networks. Article

> The HTC One V is coming to Virgin Mobile for $200. Release

> Verizon Wireless will launch the HTC Droid Incredible 4G July 5 for $150 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Release

> LG Optimus Vu with LTE might be headed to Verizon. Article

Mobile Content News

> HTC's Beats Electronics unit has acquired digital music service MOG. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Article

> Sprint Nextel has pledged to support Mozilla's HTML5-based Firefox mobile operating system, which is scheduled to reach consumers early next year. Article

> Samsung confirmed it will upgrade a number of devices to run Google's new Android 4.1 operating system update, but many of the handset manufacturer's biggest rivals have not yet made their plans clear. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The city of Longmont, Colo., began offering free Wi-Fi service in seven city parks as a thank you to voters who last November elected to give the city the right to provide telecommunications services over its existing 17-mile-long fiber loop either directly or through a private partner. Article

> The U.S. Army's new battlefield network uses Android apps. Article

European Wireless News

> América Móvil has vowed to be a long-term partner for KPN after achieving its stated goal of acquiring a 27.7 per cent stake in the Dutch-based operator. Article

> Vivendi CEO Jean-Bernard Lévy unexpectedly resigned amid a disagreement with the board about the strategic direction of the company. Article

> Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao reorganized of the company's European operations into northern and southern units, as the company revamps its overall structure for the third time in four years. Article

And finally... Underwater iPhone pictures. Article