AT&T says wireless margin to increase; Qualcomm names new China chief

> AT&T said that, beginning in the first quarter, its wireless operating margin will increase due to a change in how it reports transactions between units. Article

> Qualcomm named Xiang Wang as head of the company's China operations. He replaces Frank Meng. Release

> Motorola applied for $50.6 million in broadband stimulus funds to build an LTE network for first responders in the San Francisco area. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks, in conjunction with Taiwan's National Chiao Tung University, will conduct TD-LTE trials in that country beginning in May. Article

> Google announced that universal search features included in the desktop version of its Google Suggest predictive query solution are now available on mobile devices. Article

>  Mobile broadcast solutions provider MobiTV announced the launch of an application optimized for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. Article

And finally... Mexico may shut off cell phone service to tens of millions of people this weekend if it goes through with a law meant to fight crime that forces people to register their identities. Article

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