Clearwire lights up more WiMAX markets; Novatel intros LTE embedded portfolio

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> Clearwire and Sprint Nextel announced three new mobile WiMAX market launches in Richmond, Va., Salt Lake City and St. Louis. Article

> Novatel Wireless announced three new embedded LTE wireless modules. Release

> The HTC Evo got an over-the-air update that will reportedly improve the device's WiFi performance. Article

> Bridgewater joined the Cisco Developer Network as a preferred solution developer within the mobile packet core technology category. Release

Mobile Content News

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Nokia vows apps will become "more central" to its future. Article

> Most iAd campaigns are expected to miss Apple's July 1 launch. Article

> mSpot debuted a cloud-based streaming music service. Article

Broadband Wireless News

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Taqua developed a backhaul solution for small cell traffic. Article

> Research shows 3UK Skype users spend more, churn less. Article

> GSMA: We want more spectrum auctions in India. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone would sell SFR for the right price, claimed an analyst. Article

> An mHealth service went live with Orange Austria. Article

> Is the O2/Vodafone network sharing deal in trouble? Article

And finally... A advocacy group for left-handed people has criticized Apple's response to the iPhone 4 reception flap. Article

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