HTC sells half of Beats stake; AT&T reportedly planning Huawei Fusion 2

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@FierceWireless: RT @phonescoop: HTC Lowers The Volume On Beats Stake: Article | [email protected]

> In meetings with the FCC, LightSquared is still pushing for its planned LTE network. Filing

> Amazon reportedly plans to expand its lineup of tablets. Article

> Google is pushing its Nexus 7 tablet with new advertisements. Article

> HTC sold back half of its stake in Beats. Article

> Apple will reportedly debut a smaller connector in its next iPhone. Article

> ZTE introduced its first Android Jelly Bean phone. Article

> Hewlett-Packard's Enyo framework, derived from webOS, is now available. Article

> Intel reportedly isn't currently planning to support Android with its Atom chip codenamed Clover Trail. Article

> AT&T Mobility appears to be gearing to sell the Huawei Fusion 2. Article

> Free Press said it is concerned about AT&T's possible plan to charge for FaceTime. Release

Mobile Content News

> The game Dead Trigger is now free on Android due to an "unbelievably high piracy rate." Article

> Apple has successfully blocked an App Store hack that let iOS device owners make in-app purchases for free. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> FCC commissioners are circulating a proposed order that could allow Charlotte, N.C., to finally deploy its planned public-safety LTE network on 700 MHz spectrum, but a city official contends the project is still too risky to pursue. Article

> In-flight broadband service provider Gogo will upgrade its installations on United Airlines' premium service (p.s.) fleet to deliver faster service beginning in early 2013. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone is set to unveil new cost cutting plans after announcing sharply lower growth figures for its first-quarter. Article

> European Union competition officials are demanding that Google makes sweeping changes to its mobile services as part of an antitrust investigation, according to a Financial Times report, which cited unnamed sources. Article

And finally… An Australia judge called the 3G disagreement between Samsung and Apple "ridiculous." Article