AT&T names IP network suppliers; Top Women in Wireline list released

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> 2010 Top Women in Wireline. Special report

> AT&T selected Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco and Juniper Networks as its suppliers for its IP/MPLS/Ethernet/Evolved Packet Core equipment. Release

> Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) said the FCC's chairman should quit pushing for broadband regulation. Article

> LG released its new Optimus Z Android phone, article, and promised an Android tablet for the fourth quarter. Article

> Motorola released a lightweight flip phone for Sprint Nextel's Boost Mobile. Article

> Nokia introduced its new Ovi browser for its Series 40 phones. Post

> The brand name of DoCoMo's forthcoming LTE network? Xi, pronounced "crossy." Article

Mobile Content News

> Millions of Android smartphone users have downloaded a malicious wallpaper application that collects their personal data and sends it to a mysterious Chinese website, according to data uncovered by mobile security firm Lookout. Article

> Online retail giant Amazon.com released the latest version of its Kindle ereader device. Article

> Google CEO Eric Schmidt said the company is positioning its Android mobile operating system to drive revenues exceeding $10 billion a year. Article

> NewBay Software announced its LifeCache rich media solutions suite will power AT&T's new Mobile Share media management initiative. Article

> Apple launched iAd for Developers. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> A Sprint Nextel device capable of bringing 3G connectivity to the Apple iPod Touch has passed FCC testing. Article

> Altair Semiconductor announced commercial availability of a new TD-LTE reference design for use in dongles and other gadgets. Article

> TeliaSonera is mulling a new mobile data pricing model that involves bundling LTE network usage charges with the cost of mobile content. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone divestitures, including Verizon Wireless, should be pursued at sensible prices. Commentary

> The debacle surrounding the antenna issues with the iPhone 4 has severely dented the handset's U.K. prospects. Article

> A new report from research firm Forrester claims that only a minority of consumers download apps on a monthly basis. Article

> Telit Communications will distribute a complete range of M2M solutions developed by Orange. Article

> Vodafone dropped launch plans for more 360-branded handsets. Article

> BMW, General Motors and Renault selected the Nokia MeeGo operating system. Article

And finally... Motorola slammed Apple's antenna foibles with full-page ad. Article

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