AT&T shuts down Alaskan WiMAX network; Nokia reportedly preps 'Laser' for Verizon

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@FierceWireless: AT&T considers supporting Microsoft's 'Data Sense' service for Windows Phone 8. Article | [email protected]

> AT&T Mobility plans to shut down its WiMAX network in Alaska. Article

> Analysts are worrying over Nokia's weak Lumia smartphone sales in the United States. Article

> Nokia is not considering building Android phones. Article

> Intel launched Yolo, its first smartphone for Africa. Article

> Cisco sold its Linksys home-router business to Belkin. Article

> The nation's wireless carriers and the National Association of Broadcasters agreed to a "core set of band plan principles" for the FCC's upcoming spectrum auction. Article

> There are now a total of 39 large-market stations willing to sell their spectrum to wireless carriers. Article

> Starting Saturday, it will be illegal to unlock smartphones. Article

> Nokia is reportedly preparing a flagship Lumia smartphone for Verizon Wireless dubbed the "Laser." Article

> The NTIA issued regulations for the relocation of government spectrum, as well as spectrum-sharing regulations. Post

> AT&T Mobility outlined its positions on the FCC's upcoming spectrum auction. Post

Mobile Content News

> Roughly a month after launching its YouTube Capture video shooting and sharing application for Apple's iOS, Google is rolling out a new update touting enhanced video quality. Article

> Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is blocking Twitter's new Vine video sharing application from accessing its network, further escalating the rivalry between the two social media giants. Article

> Square COO Keith Rabois is leaving the fast-growing mobile payments startup. Square CFO Sarah Friar will serve as acting COO while the firm searches for a permanent replacement. Article

And finally… Apple to Samsung: You can't see iOS 6 source code. Article

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