AT&T to sell Cisco tablet; FCC approves Pre 3, possibly for Verizon

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> Some Verizon Wireless LTE subscribers are still reporting connection troubles. Article

> SAP and Verizon Wireless announced they will jointly sell Verizon's Managed Mobility portfolio. Release

> AT&T Mobility will sell Cisco's Cius tablet this fall. Article

> T-Mobile USA has reportedly delayed the rumored release of unlimited Wi-Fi calling. Article

> Sprint Nextel pulled one of its advertisements on complaints from the transgendered community. Article

> The FCC appears to have approved Hewlett-Packard Pre 3 for Verizon Wireless. Article

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> iFlowReader said it was forced to shut down due to Apple's in-app purchasing policy. Article

> Apple will no longer display promotions from its iAd network in iOS applications designed for children. Article

> Credit card giant Visa said it will collaborate with U.S. and international bank partners including US Bancorp, PNC Financial Services, Regions Financial, BB&T Corp, Toronto Dominion's TD Bank and the U.S. arm of Barclays PLC to introduce a digital wallet. Article

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