Droid Incredible 4G tipped for Verizon; Motorola's Jha scores $47M

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> AT&T Mobility is now selling the LG Xpression for $49 with a contract. Article

> ZTE said it will sell 100 million smartphones annually by 2015. Article

> Jerry Elliott will be Leap Wireless' new CFO. Release

> Motorola Mobility's Sanjay Jha earned $47 million in 2011, up from around $13 million in 2010. Article

> Samsung's Galaxy S III teaser takes a jab at Apple. Article

> NQ Mobile, headed by former Samsung executive Omar Khan, hired a former Windows Phone executive to head its chief product officer. Article

> LG's Optimus 3D Max launched in Europe. Article

> Huawei appears to be the next manufacturer for T-Mobile's myTouch line. Article

> Vodafone will buy Cable & Wireless Worldwide for $1.7 billion. Article

> HTC will offer phone covers. Article

> The Droid Incredible 4G appears headed for Verizon Wireless. Article

> According to new research, half of all smartphone owners use less than 100 MB per month, but 88 percent of smartphone users opt for a much larger monthly data allowance of at least 500 MB. Release

Mobile Content News

> Consumers who own Apple's iPad tablet are more likely to click mobile advertisements than subscribers accessing other iOS and Google Android devices, according to new data published by digital ad network Chitika. Article

> Google will end support of its Sync for BlackBerry application on June 1. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The HTC J smartphone for Japanese operator KDDI will include One-Seg mobile TV service, nationwide WiMAX access and cute emails. Article

> UK Broadband (UKB) is bringing an LTE network to the city of Swindon. Article

> Led by LTE products, 87 million of what ABI Research categorizes as "4G devices" are expected to ship in 2012. Article

European Wireless News

> Spain is speeding the delivery of new spectrum to operators. Article

> Any sale of KPN's mobile subsidiary in Belgium, BASE, is likely to trigger interest from Iliad's owner, the billionaire Xavier Niel. Article

> Deutsche Telekom may sell its UK and Dutch mobile subsidiaries as early as next year in an effort to raise cash. Article

And finally... Apple hasn't released its rumored iTV product, but it's already expected to dominate the market. Article