Best Buy to open more Mobile stores; Intel could power Honeycomb tablets this year

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadgetmobile: Nokia W7 and W8 tipped as first Windows Phone models. Article[email protected]

> AT&T Mobility continues to rebrand the former Alltel markets it purchased from Verizon Wireless. Article

> Research In Motion's co-CEO stormed out of an interview with the BBC when the reported asked questions about security issues in India. Video

> T-Mobile USA appears to be planning to discontinue its unlimited Even More Plus plan. Article

> Best Buy said it will open up to 800 more Best Buy Mobile stores. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent is reportedly considering a sale of its enterprise business unit. Article (sub. req.)

> Intel-powered Honeycomb tablets may be released this fall. Article

> HTC's Sense 3.0 offering will only be available on newer devices. Article

> ZTE won a contract with China Unicom for HSPA+ technology. Article

Mobile Content News

> New figures from Millennial Media show Verizon Wireless' launch of the iPhone increased Apple's iOS reach. Article

> Is a free Kindle the next step? Commentary

> Sprint Nextel is the latest U.S. operator to offer direct carrier billing options across Google's Android Market. Article

> UberMedia, the startup behind popular Twitter mobile applications like UberSocial, Echofon and Twidroyd, is reportedly building its own service to compete with the popular microblogging platform. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The 700 MHz interoperability issue should have been on the FCC's agenda. Commentary

> Virginia-based nTelos announced Alcatel-Lucent will expand and upgrade its existing CDMA wireless broadband network in Hagerstown, Md. Article

European Wireless News

> Changes to the fee structure for mobile spectrum use introduced at the beginning of this month could encourage Hungary's mobile operators to invest in more infrastructure. Article

> Russian WiMAX operator Scartel, which operates under the Yota brand, has settled its conflict with the country's inspection service. Article

> The full European Parliament will vote on in June on the European Commission's proposal to harmonize and release a significant amount of spectrum. Article

> Nokia could cut up to 6,000 jobs due to its teaming with Microsoft. Article

And finally... Verizon Wireless' "Can you hear me now?" character appears to be headed into the sunset. Article

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