Infineon moves toward sale; MeeGo caught on video

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> Verizon Wireless' Motorola Droid will not be able to create a WiFi hotspot via its forthcoming Android 2.2 upgrade. Article

> Jailbroken iPhone 4s now have access to software that will allow for FaceTime video calling over AT&T Mobility's 3G network. Article

> Infineon has made "significant progress" in selling its wireless business. Article

> Telecom firms are urging India to loosen its regulations on foreign investments. Article

> Engadget posted new video of Nokia's forthcoming MeeGo platform. Article

> South Korean regulators approved Apple's iPhone 4. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> A veteran Apple executive bet on mobile payments startup Payfone. Article (sub. req.)

> Rdio is now offering unlimited mobile music to iPhone and Android owners. Release

> Apple's iTunes cloud music service is apparently on hold. Article

> The New York Times will introduce Press Engine, a new digital platform enabling publishers and media organizations to distribute their content across mobile devices like Apple's iPhone and iPad. Article

Mobile Developer News

> A new marketplace, OpenAppMkt, offers iPhone Web application developers a new channel to distribute and monetize their efforts separate from Apple's control. Article

> Smartphones based on Google's Android operating system continue to gather steam, nosing past Apple's iPhone. Article

> The Apple iPad as the promised land for developers? Commentary

> Google introduced a new Android Market licensing service in response to developer concerns over unauthorized use of premium Android applications. Article

European Wireless News

> Carphone Warehouse in the U.K. is rumored to be planning a cloud-based music service for cell phones. Article

> Yota said it will fight a decision by the Russian telecoms regulator to prohibit its move to LTE. Article

And finally... It's an iPhone app that looks like a tadpole and allows you to squeeze its lips to make music... oh, nevermind. Just watch the video. Video

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