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> Apple plans to announce "the future of iOS" in June. Article

> Nokia showed off a new logo. Article

> AT&T announced new pricing on a number of its smartphones. Release

> Apple's iPad 2 appears to be sold out globally. Article

> ST-Ericsson said it doesn't expect a significant impact on its business from the disaster in Japan. Article

> Microsoft apologized for the slowness of its Windows Phone updates. Article

> LG is rumored to be preparing a Nexus Android tablet. Article

Mobile Content News

> Research In Motion acquired mobile app tool developer tinyHippos. Article

> Global financial services provider American Express introduced Serve. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> OFDMA equipment specialist Runcom and LocaLoop have partnered to offer rural network operators a cost-effective LTE or WiMAX deployment solution. Article

> China Mobile has chosen Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Siemens Networks to participate in the operator's TD-LTE trial. Article

> The Femto Forum published a set of application programing interface specifications that will enable developers to create apps that can be integrated with femtocells. Article

European Wireless News

> O2 Germany subscribers will be able to make online purchases valued between €0.09 and €30 by having the amount charged directly to their mobile phone account. Article

> Turkcell, Turkey's largest operator by subscribers, plans to jump into the German mobile market. Article

> Ovum said global shipments of smartphones will reach 653 million by 2016, double the amount sold in 2010. Article

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