HTC Freestyle hits AT&T; Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play could be bound for Verizon Wireless

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> Nokia Siemens Networks introduced a technology to automatically switch a device from a cellular network to a Wi-Fi network. Article

> Qualcomm introduced a new peer-to-peer networking technology dubbed FlashLinq. Article

> T-Mobile USA is reportedly launching the Nokia X2 this month. Article

> AT&T Mobility will sell the Qualcomm BREW MP-powered HTC Freestyle for $100 with a contract. Article

> The Wireless History Foundation is now open to 2011 nominations. Release

> Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play is rumored to be heading for Verizon Wireless. Article

> The HTC ThunderBolt for Verizon Wireless is reportedly suffering a delay. Article

Mobile Content News

> Social game publisher Glu Mobile reported fourth quarter 2010 net revenues of $15.6 million, compared to $19.1 million a year earlier. Article

> Google unveiled a new version of its Translate application optimized for rival Apple's iPhone. Article

> With its worldwide commercial launch drawing close, the Wholesale Applications Community continues to build out its ranks, adding nine new members. Article

> Developers can benefit from the Verizon iPhone. Commentary

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