HP's TouchPad 4G goes on sale at Amazon; Verizon strike centers on wireless

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> Google reportedly plans to introduce another "Google Phone" to compete against Apple's expected next-generation iPhone. Article

> CENX said it will support backhaul for LightSquared's forthcoming LTE network. Release

> Workers striking at Verizon are doing so in part because of the rise of wireless. Article

> SBA Communications and Health Care REIT announced an agreement to make available wireless site leasing of new rooftop locations in more than fifteen states across the United States. Release

> Huawei said InterDigital is unfairly attempting to boost the value of its patents. Article

> HTC appears to be heading closer to NFC payments with its CloseConnect service. Article

> Primecap Management Co. doubled its investment in Research In Motion in a sign of confidence in the BlackBerry maker. Article

> Hewlett-Packard's "TouchPad 4G" is available at Amazon. Article

Mobile Content News

> Visa announced it will accelerate its mobile payments effort. Release

> Google updated its Google+ iOS app to support the Apple iPad. Article

> Ovum said feature phone app revenues will reach $1 billion by 2016. Article

Mobile Developer News

> AT&T's Developer Program launched Power Your Future, a new contest promoting more eco-friendly and sustainable approaches to how mobile subscribers live, work and play. Article

> Microsoft Windows Phone Developer Ecosystem general manager Charlie Kindel said he is leaving the company after 21 years. Article

> HTC officially launched its new HTCDev web portal. Article

And finally... The Android wristwatch. Article

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