AT&T debuts new Sharp phone; Verizon suffers outage in Manhattan

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> AT&T Mobility announced the Sharp FX from Personal Communications Devices, a $99 feature phone with a touchscreen and slide-out Qwerty keyboard that features Qualcomm's FLO TV service. Release

> HTC plans to push its brand in mainland China. Article (sub. req.)

> Chip technology vendor ARM beat its revenue forecasts. Article

> Canadian carrier Rogers enjoyed a rise in quarterly earnings. Article

> The "Qi" wireless power specification is now ready. Article

> Verizon Wireless suffered a service outage in parts of Manhattan yesterday. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> Global financial services provider Citigroup warned customers its free mobile banking application for Apple's iPhone contains a security flaw. Article

> Google appears to be eying the launch of a digital music store later this year. Article

> Google introduced Google Maps for mobile 4.4, promising more efficient access to information on nearby locations. Article

> According to a new survey, no one would pay for Twitter. Article

European Wireless News

> Ireland's Imagine acquired Clearwire's operations in the country. Release

And finally... An app from Cloud Music leverages Google's Docs storage service to stream music to Android rival Apple's iPhone. Article

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