AT&T turns on more LTE markets; Motorola to ditch Xoom brand

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@FierceWireless: RT@verge: Motorola gives up on Xoom brand long after the world gave up on Honeycomb tablets. Article[email protected]

> Details continue to leak about the NSA's surveillance practices. Article (sub. req.)

> Apple reportedly plans to offer music videos from Vevo through Apple TV. Article

> AT&T Mobility turned on LTE in 50 more markets. Release

> ZTE will sell another batch of Firefox OS smartphones later next month. Article

> LG said it created a Quad HD smartphone screen. Article

Mobile Content News

> Malware threats targeting Google's open-source Android operating system returned with a vengeance during the second quarter after declining slightly during the first three months of 2013, increasing 35 percent to achieve growth rates not seen since early last year, security solutions firm McAfee reports. Article

> Apple will launch its iTunes Radio in September and a handful of blue-chip brand partners are lining up to support the new streaming music service, Advertising Age reports. Article

> Google is rolling out version 3.2 of its Google Play Services development platform, highlighted by maps and location-based services enhancements as well as improved Google+ social media sharing controls. Article

And finally… A German surgeon used an iPad with augmented reality software to assist with an operation. Article

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