Ericsson to build Rogers' LTE network; Apple reportedly testing iOS 5

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@FierceWireless: RT @jbtaylor: Look, real people are filing comments at the FCC on AT&T's bid to takeover T-Mobile. Article #attmobile[email protected]

> Ericsson will build Rogers' LTE network in Canada. Release

> According to Barnes & Noble, Microsoft is using its patents in a scheme to challenge Android. Article

> Eagle River sold 5 million shares of Clearwire. Article

> The FCC placed a protective order over documents related to AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Apple is reportedly testing iOS 5. Article

> Apple is the third largest handset maker in the United States, according to NPD. Article

> The Supreme Court blocked a class action lawsuit against AT&T Mobility. Article (sub. req.)

> Motorola Solutions reported first quarter results that topped analyst expectations. Article

Mobile Content News

> Visa invested in Square for its mobile credit card processing offering. Article

> TexTango promises to pay texters who look at ads. Release

> The U.S Army will launch its own app store. Article

> Social gaming giant Zynga continued its mobile acquisition spree, scooping up Guildford, England-based startup Wonderland Software. Article

> Developer interest in Android is fading. Commentary

Broadband Wireless News

> Wireless networking solutions company Rajant says it has a viable data offloading solution for mobile operators grappling with data congestion on their networks. Commentary

> WiLAN--whose sole mission is the licensing of patents to third parties--has settled more litigation it initiated against companies it claims violate the company's patents. Article

European Wireless News

> LTE is providing outstanding performance. Commentary

> Rising smartphone and tablet usage in the U.K. has triggered an upsurge in mobile search, growing 181 percent in the first three months of 2011. Article

> France Telecom CEO Stéphane Richard said the company is looking to sign more network sharing agreements as part of its efforts to boost revenues across the group's European operations. Article

And finally... T-Mobile USA said it will pay $1,000 to the iPhone user in Seattle who can record faster download speeds than the company's Galaxy S 4G smartphone. Release