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@FierceWireless: RT @Gartenberg: This looks like a scale model of a MacBoook Pro. I'd expect this from a Chinese KIRF not Nokia. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Pictures of Samsung's LTE Craft phone for MetroPCS hit the Internet. Post

> T-Mobile USA's G2 promotional page hit some glitches. Article (sub. req.)

> Intel will buy McAfee in a $7.68 billion deal. Article (sub. req.)

> Motorola's Charm will land at T-Mobile Aug. 25. Article

> India's ban on ZTE troubled the vendor's bottom line. Article

> The FCC published its annual report to Congress on 911/ E911 fees. Report (PDF)

> Damaka announced a multi-party video conferencing product for Apple's iPhone 4. Release

Mobile Content News

> Apple's App Store director has sold fart apps through the iPhone app storefront. Article

> Seybold: Will all mobile business apps reside in the cloud? Commentary

> VoIP calling firm fring introduced an extremely cheap calling service for mobile phones. Article

> Sandeep Gupta, who spearheaded development of mobile applications at digital services giant Yahoo, has resigned from his post. Article

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless is pushing its own applications storefront onto its new smartphones. Article

> The long-anticipated Facebook Places location-based social networking solution is finally a reality. Article

> Research In Motion is reportedly in the market to acquire a mobile advertising network. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Free WiFi hotspots now outnumber paid ones. Commentary

> Moody's Investors Service increased its outlook for the U.S. wireless carrier segment to "positive" from "stable." Article

> Motorola was a winner in the latest round of broadband stimulus grants and loans funding. Article

> Ruckus Wireless has made a foray into the cable WiFi market. Article

European Wireless News

> Nearly 20 percent of German mobile subscribers regularly use their handsets to access the mobile Internet. Article

> A new study from ABI Research claims that about 16 percent of mobile data is diverted from mobile networks today, and that is expected to increase to 48 percent by 2015. Article

> Vodafone launched a mobile WiFi device that enables five users to connect other WiFi-enabled devices to the Internet through a mobile HSDPA broadband connection. Article

> Russian operator Vimpelcom is reported to be close to finalizing a deal to acquire the mobile service provider Wind. Article

> According to IMS Research, in-car Internet remains relatively rare in the majority of countries today. Article

And finally... Google's next Android iteration is named Honeycomb. Article