iPhone 4 hits more countries; HTC moves to 'Super LCD' screens

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> AT&T completed the sale of Wayport to Swisscom. Article

> MagicJack's planned GSM femtocell has been delayed. Article

> Apple's iPhone 4 arrived in 17 more countries. Release

> HTC said it will switch to "Super LCD" screens in its forthcoming devices, a move that comes after the company has suffered shortages of AMOLED screens. Article

> The LiMo Foundation and GNOME Foundation announced they will partner on Linux. Article

> Koreans are upset the country is not among those getting the iPhone 4 this week. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> Android appears to be gearing for the inclusion of operator billing technologies. Article

> Marketing software and services provider Aprimo launched Aprimo Mobile. Article

> Apple introduced the iPhone 4 Case Program application. Article

> NBC Universal Digital Studio announced an agreement with Samsung Electronics to launch "FCU: Fact Checkers Unit." Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Nokia Siemens Networks ended its TDD technology cooperation with Chinese vendor Huawei. Article

> Reliance Industries now plans to deploy WiMAX in the 2.3 GHz band instead of TD-LTE technology. Article

European Wireless News

> The war between WiMAX and LTE is over, according to one analyst. Article

> Industry chatter indicates that there is something going on between the giant Russian operator, MTS, and Telekom Austria. Article

> Vodafone's CEO announced that the company achieved its first quarterly service revenue growth since the recession started 18 months ago. Article

> Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg attempted to put a positive spin on the company's prospects. Article

> Vodafone Greece launched 3G femtocell services. Article

> Nokia needs a Steve Jobs doppelganger. Commentary

And finally... Kings of Leon were peppered with bird poop at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. Article

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