Apple to build TDD LTE iPhone; AT&T to sell HTC HD7S for $199 on June 5

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> Dell'Oro reported Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent managed to gain share during the first quarter in the network infrastructure market. Article

> Retailer Wal-Mart said it will expand its wireless business. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will sell the HTC HD7S Windows Phone smartphone for $199 with a contract starting June 5. Tweet

> Sony Ericsson will update its Xperia Arc and Play smartphones with Android version 2.3.3. Article

> China Mobile said Apple will eventually support its TDD LTE network in future versions of the iPhone. Article

> A new lawsuit alleges AT&T is overcharging iPhone users for data. Article

> The FCC announced its tentative schedule for its June 9 open meeting. Release

> According to Nielsen, tablets are used while watching TV and ereaders are used in bed. Post

> Recent reports point to a possible webOS netbook. Article

> I-wireless will use billing technology from Redknee. Release

> Two Democratic Senators are pushing for legislation that would protect smartphone users from having their location tracked. Article

> Google reportedly purchased Modu's patents for $4.9 million. Article

> The Wi-Fi version of HTC's Flyer tablet will go on sale at Best Buy May 22. Release

> Ericsson appointed Arun Bhikshesvaran as its new chief of marketing. Release

Mobile Content News

> T-Mobile USA said it would relaunch its Bobsled Facebook calling service after taking it offline shortly after its introduction. Article

> According to a new report, iOS users are downloading 5 million games per day. Article

> Mobile game publisher Fuse Powered closed a $2 million seed funding round led by BlackBerry Partners Fund and NFQ Ventures. Article

> Paramount Digital Entertainment will expand its series of movie apps optimized for smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 operating system. Article

And finally... Is "app store" a generic term? Article