iPad lands in China; Dell considers going private

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> Jasper Wireless announced its new M2M Catalyst program, which the company said is to "enable partner operators to rapidly establish and capitalize on new services for connected devices." Release

> The cellular-capable versions of Apple's iPad are now available in China. Release

> Research In Motion's stock jumped ahead of its launch of BlackBerry 10. Article

> Samsung urged a U.S. court to continue to allow it to sell Galaxy Android phones. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent could sell its undersea cable business. Article

> Rogers Communications in Canada will buy spectrum from Shaw Communications. Article

> LG said Nexus 4 supply problems are not its fault. Article

> A Canadian court dismissed fraud charges against three Nortel executives. Article

> Dell is considering becoming a private company. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft is kicking off Windows Phone Next App Star, a competition designed to fuel developer interest in the company's Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system. Article

> The National Rifle Association is courting controversy with its new "Practice Range" shooting game for iOS. Article

> Facebook is at work on a dramatic overhaul of its mobile news feed highlighted by full-screen photo tiles and overlaid text recalling apps like Google+ for iPad and Flipboard, according to TechCrunch. Article

> App revenues have doubled in Microsoft's Windows Phone app store. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Google and mobile search are redefining what a successful app is. Editor's Corner

> A bump in iOS app interest generated by the release of the iPhone 5 has now faded. Article

And finally… Blind dates arrive in the app store. Article


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