Details revealed on HTC's Evo Design 4G for Sprint; Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Player

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@FierceMobiCo: FT Orange cool to #Google Wallet, calls for m-commerce openness. Article (via FierceWirelessEurope) | [email protected]

> Samsung accused Apple of not paying it 3G royalties for Apple's iPhones and iPads, a sum that could amount to around $100 million annually. Article

> Nokia's only MeeGo phone, the N9, has begun shipping. Article

> U.S. investigators are looking into whether Motorola Solutions executives paid bribes to win business in Europe. Article (sub. req.)

> Nokia's business troubles are affecting the company's component suppliers. Article (sub. req.)

> Nokia Siemens Networks released a trio of new devices. Release

> InterDigital is reportedly receiving bids on the company that are lower than expected. Article

> LightSquared doubled the size of its lobbying team. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced the Pantech Jest 2, for $79.99 with a service contract. Article

> ZTE showed off its first Windows Phone device. Article

> HTC is reportedly preparing the Evo Design 4G for Sprint Nextel. Article

> Samsung announced its first Windows Phone running the "Mango" version of the platform, the Omnia W. Article

> Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 8.9 tablet and the Galaxy Player. Release

Mobile Content News

> Media giant Discovery Communications announced an agreement with handset maker Huawei to introduce a new mobile phone targeting outdoors enthusiasts. Article

> App search engine Chomp introduced Chomp Search Ads. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Twitter hinted at a mid-October release of Apple's iOS 5. Article

> Social game publisher and developer 6waves Lolapps unveiled the 6L Fund, a $10 million initiative. Article

> Microsoft is targeting Symbian developers. Article

And finally... The U.S. patent office denied Apple's attempt to trademark the term "multi-touch." Article

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