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> The Apple iPhone 4 is heading to China this weekend. Article (sub. req.)

> Guardian Location Systems is suing Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and Sprint Nextel for allegedly infringing on its location technology. Article

> LightSquared nabbed a $750 million, four-year loan from UBS, according to Bloomberg. Article

> Qualcomm promoted Steve Mollenkopf to executive vice president and group president. Release

> ZTE said it will respond to a European Union probe on modems. Article

> AirHop announced Mike Iandolo as its newest advisory board member. Release

> A Minnesota man defrauded Sprint Nextel of $145,000. Article

> Clearwire landed in Orlando. Article

> Huawei is hoping to open a manufacturing plant in India by year-end. Article

Mobile Content News

> Verizon Wireless launched Mobile Recovery, a multi-platform application promising assistance to subscribers who lose or misplace their wireless handset. Article

> T-Mobile USA is the target of a lawsuit filed by mobile marketing solutions firm EZ Texting. Article

> AT&T launched its new NCAA Football Fan Zone App, a free iPhone and iPod touch application. Article

> Google introduced a new two-step verification process promising users more secure access to cloud-based Google Apps services. Article

European Wireless News

> WiMAX lost the battle, but LTE hasn't won the war. Commentary

> Huawei appears to be making inroads with U.K. officials. Article

> CVC Capital Partners acquired Switzerland's Sunrise for $3.27 billion. Article

> Over one million of its subscribers have opted-in to O2's More service within a year of its launch. Article

> Telefonica said it will deploy NFC technology in London. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The FCC is expected to vote this week on TV white spaces. Article

> Mobile operators are expected to spend almost $117 billion by 2014 on last-mile backhaul. Article

> Shipments of fixed wireless terminals and cellular routers are expected to number nearly 13 million by 2015. Article

> Samsung made two deals to supply mobile WiMAX equipment for national networks in Eastern Europe. Article

And finally... Steve Jobs' future as a PR professional. Article

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