Dell Streak details leak; Motorola mulls HQ options

Quick news from around the Web:

@FierceWireless: Entner: Pricing bundles need to shift from subscriptions to connections. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Details on the Dell Streak tablet are coming out. The gadget is headed to AT&T Mobility later this year. Article

> Motorola is mulling its options for where its future handset headquarters will be based. Article

> A Google executive promised the next six months of innovation on Android will "blow your mind." Article

> AT&T Mobility and Samsung released the new Rugby II push-to-talk phone. Release

> The results of Germany's spectrum auction were lowered than some had expected. Article

Mobile Content News

> How does the Google/AdMob deal affect Apple's iAd play? Article

> Yahoo announced its acquisition of location-based community services provider Koprol, a move promising to extend the digital solutions giant's mobile, social and local efforts. Article

> Microblogging service Twitter announced it will no longer accept third-party advertisements outside of its own Promoted Tweets program, with a blog post from chief operating officer Dick Costello chalking up the decision to "the long-term health and value of the network." Article

Mobile Developer News

> The release of Apple's new iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 indicates the next version of the smartphone will likely offer U.S. consumers data tethering, a feature long desired by AT&T subscribers. Article

> Financial services giant MasterCard announced plans to introduce open Application Programming Interfaces enabling third-party and independent software developers to build e-commerce and m-commerce solutions based on previously proprietary payments and data services. Article

And finally... Turns out teenagers really like to text. No, really. Article


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