FCC may expand handset probe; Qualcomm exec departs for Zeebo

> FCC officials said that the commission may decide to expand its probe into handset exclusivity deals into a wider investigation after Labor Day. Article

> Mike Yuen, Qualcomm's senior director of games and services, will join wireless gaming platform developer Zeebo as senior vice president of content and services. Article

> For the M2M market to truly take off, more applications will have to be written. However, that will not be an easy undertaking since the software will need to be "bulletproof." Commentary

> Here's a list of the top paid iPhone apps for June. Slideshow

> Vodafone has reduced the price of its femotcell offering following sluggish sales. Article

> 3UK is close to a deal to distribute Spotify's streaming music service to its 4.4 million subscribers. Article

> 3G penetration in the United States during the second quarter was about 40 percent, according to new research from analyst Chetan Sharma. Article

> Row 44 won FCC approval for its satellite-based airline broadband service. Article

And finally... With Halloween fast approaching, the Costume Cauldron is now letting people buy costumes from their smartphones--spooky. Article

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