Firefox OS phones now available in Colombia, Venezuela; ITC delays ruling on Samsung vs. Apple

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> Cincinnati Bell added the Sony Xperia Tablet Z to its lineup. Release

> Sierra Wireless, which recently refocused its business solely on the M2M sector, announced a 15 percent jump in its year-over-year revenue. Release

> Firefox OS phones are now on sale in Colombia and Venezuela. Article

> Samsung said an ad agency was behind an effort to pay developers to promote the company's developer competition. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission is delaying a ruling on whether Samsung infringes on Apple patents. Article

Mobile Content News

> LinkedIn experienced dramatic increases in mobile user engagement during the second quarter of 2013, growth the professional networking platform attributed to recent overhauls of its Apple iPhone and Google Android applications. Article

> Consumer adoption of Google's Android 4.1.x and 4.2.x, jointly nicknamed Jelly Bean, surpassed 40 percent in July 2013. Article

> Google's Android mobile operating system powered a record 79.5 percent of all smartphones shipped worldwide during the second quarter of 2013, up from 69.5 percent in the year-ago quarter, research firm Strategy Analytics reports. Article

And finally… Former Microsoft executive Steve Sinofsky is prohibited from joining Apple, Google and other tech companies before 2014. Article