AT&T's network wins high score; Verizon's McAdam gets a raise

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> AT&T Mobility's network scored solid marks in a new study. Article

> BlackBerry is popular in Latin America. Article

> Verizon's Lowell McAdam is now making a base of $1.4 million per year. Article

> Engadget reported on a possible new Sony Ericsson phone. Article

> Telia selected Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks for LTE. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google denied plans to launch a rival to Facebook. Article

> How will publishers handle ebooks? Commentary

> The New York Times will begin to publish bestseller lists counting down the most popular fiction and nonfiction titles across the ebook platform. Article

> The Wall Street Journal will extend its Tablet Edition application to tablet devices running Google's Android mobile operating system. Article

> Verizon Communications introduced Flex View. Article

> Fifty-nine percent of adult mobile subscribers in the U.S. plan to use their handsets for holiday shopping and event organizing. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Technology stalwart Cisco offered a big disappointment to investors, providing a dismal revenue outlook for the quarter and year. Article

> The FCC is investigating whether Google's Street View WiFi data collection practices violated the Communications Act. Article

> Did Google spin a tangled web of deception? Commentary

European Wireless News

> Vodafone recorded sluggish European results. Article

> O2 announced the first rollout of its telehealth and telecare services across three U.K. National Health Service organizations. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks and Ubiquisys joined forces to encourage greater use of standards-based femtocells. Article

> The Portuguese wireless broadband operator chose ZTE to supply it with a WiMAX network. Article

> TDC, the Danish mobile operator, awarded its network upgrade to LTE technology to Ericsson. Article

> A survey of over 25,000 Western European adults found that almost 40 percent showed sophisticated use of their mobile phones. Article

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