Cox Wireless launch is coming soon; Sirius XM upset over FCC's spectrum plans

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> "Our public launch will be announced in the coming weeks," Cox said in an email sent last week to consumers who registered on the Cox Wireless website. Article

> Google appears poised to give Android phones to Adobe employees. Article

> Sirius XM Radio is battling the FCC's plan to free more spectrum for mobile broadband, arguing the effort will interfere with its broadcasts. Article (sub. req.)

> Cox Business announced the launch of free Cox WiFi hotspots across Rhode Island. Article

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Mobile Content News

> Federal regulators are reportedly planning to open an antitrust inquiry into Apple's requirement that developers use only the company's tools to devise applications for Apple's iPhone and iPad. Article

> iPad app downloads top 12 million in first month. Article

> TomTom is planning a store for navigation apps. Article

> LG teams up with Marvel for "Iron Man 2" campaign. Article

> Skyfire launched a video-enabled Android browser. Article

Broadband News

> One Economy and BBOC are spending $51.5 million to bring broadband to housing developments. Article

> IPWireless introduced a TD-CDMA Network in a Box targeting rural operators and public safety. Article

> Sierra Wireless issues lower guidance for the second quarter. Article

European News

> O2 UK launches laptops, but its parent goes with smartbooks. Article

> Telia Sonera releases LTE user survey. Article

> Huawei demos LTE in Portugal. Article

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