Huawei plans to launch LTE phones; Early iPhone 4S reviews are positive

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@MobileBurn: Amazon hit with lawsuit over Kindle Fire patent violation. Article | [email protected]

> The Commerce Department blocked a bid by Huawei to build a wireless network for America's first responders. Article

>  Research In Motion said that a core switch problem is the reason behind its BlackBerry service outages. Article

> AT&T Mobility chief Ralph de la Vega said the next step in the connected devices market will be body-monitoring systems that will allow users to track the physical state of people from firefighters to infants.  Article

>  Huawei plans to significantly boost its presence in the U.S. handset market--an effort that would include pushing its brand more heavily at smartphone shoppers.  Article

> GM's Cadillac announced a new in-vehicle connected driving system that will leverage a driver's mobile phone.   Article

> Have Samsung and Google rescheduled the postponed Ice Cream/Nexus announcement to Oct. 19in Hong Kong?  Article

>  Samsung will soon release upgraded versions of three Galaxy smartphones in Europe to get around temporary sales bans on earlier versions of products that violated an Apple patent. Article

>  ipCapital Group estimates the potential value of Telecommunication Systems published patent portfolio as of June 2011 at between $114 million and $171 million.   Release

>  Red Bend Software completed product interoperability testing with Gemalto. Release

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> Apple launched iTunes 10.5 on Tuesday, one day ahead of the scheduled public release of its iOS 5 mobile operating system update.  Article

>  Zynga announced it will introduce three HTML5-based mobile titles leveraging Facebook Platform APIs and developer tools.  Article

>  Ericsson introduced In Application Payment, a one-click mechanism to buy digital goods and media and then charge the purchase directly to their monthly carrier bill.  Article

And finally... Early reviews of the iPhone 4S are pretty positive. Article

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