HP cuts price of Palm Pre 2; Nokia C7 could go to T-Mobile USA

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> TeliaSonera and ZTE are working on a multimode LTE modem. Article

> Sprint Nextel introduced an online directory for wireless phone numbers for businesses. Release

> Time Warner Cable launched a WiMAX-capable portable hotspot that looks to be the carrier's version of the Sierra Wireless Overdrive launched last year by Sprint Nextel. Article

> The iPhone 5 will reportedly sport a metal back. Article

> T-Mobile USA might sell the Nokia C7. Article

> Hewlett-Packard is selling the Palm Pre 2 for Verizon Wireless for $29.99 with a service contract. Article

> The LG Optimus 2X might be sold by T-Mobile as the G2X. Article

Mobile Content News

> Opera introduced an app store for its mobile Web browser. Article

> Vringo will acquire the assets of mobile software as a service platform provider m-Wise. Article

> Google is enhancing its popular Google Maps Navigation (Beta) turn-by-turn application with the addition of automatic traffic re-routing. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Apple issued the final Gold Master edition of its iOS 4.3 operating system update. Article

> Android topples BlackBerry. Commentary

> Research In Motion abandoned the requirement that partners submit a notarized proof of identification to distribute their applications through the storefront. Article

> Electronic Arts and Glu Mobile launched new programs designed to strengthen their respective ties to the independent developer community. Article

> Millennial Media unveiled version 4.1 of its Android software development kit. Article

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