HTC plans a quad-core tablet; Sony Ericsson partners with Ingram Micro

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@FierceMobiCo: Report: Google Music launching without Sony, Warner catalog deals. Article | [email protected]

> Google announced a special Android event in Los Angeles Nov. 16. Article

> Apple's iOS 5.0.1 update apparently didn't solve all the battery issues with iPhone 4S users. Apple said it is looking into remaining problems. Article

> According to a Taiwanese newspaper, HTC plans to introduce a quad-core tablet at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2012. Article

> Google withdrew its bid to intervene in the government's lawsuit challenging AT&T Inc.'s proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Sony Ericsson has partnered with Ingram Micro to help distribute its unlocked smartphones to retail points in the U.S. Article

Mobile Content News

> Charge Anywhere issued a new transaction acceptance solution optimized for smartphones running Research In Motion's BlackBerry 7 operating system. Article

> Google is poised to unveil its Google Music digital retail platform Wednesday, but at least two of the four major label catalogs will be conspicuously absent from the rollout. Article

> Amazon.com is poised to ship its much-anticipated Kindle Fire tablet on Nov. 15 and it will feature more than 400 full-color magazines. Article

> Square is now processing $11 million in transactions each day, almost triple the $4 million each day the company quoted in late July. Article

Mobile Broadband News

> eBay and a number of retailers, trade bodies and consumer groups in the UK are up in arms over the speed of mobile broadband services. Article

> The U.S. market will lead in LTE subscriptions through 2015 when it will be overtaken by China. Article

European Wireless News

> Huawei will open a mobile devices design centre in London as part of its efforts to become a leading smartphone vendor in Europe. Article

> Lycamobile, Europe's largest MVNO, is offering free and unlimited calls between its UK customers until Nov. 30. Article

> Research in Motion will sell BlackBerry products in the Scandinavian market. Article

 And finally...This sixth-grader has created a popular iOS app called Bustin Jeiber. Article

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