Judge refuses to let Samsung see unreleased iPhone; Motorola's shares drop after analyst warning

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> Existing Verizon Wireless customers can keep their unlimited data price plans when they renew or upgrade their devices, according to the blog Droid-Life. Verizon is expected to unveil usage-based data plans on July 7. Article

>  A U.S. judge rejected Samsung's request to see Apple's unreleased iPhone and iPad.  Article

> A judge approved Dish Network's stalking horse bid of $1.375 billion for the assets of TerreStar Networks. Article

> Motorola Mobility shares fell 4 percent Tuesday after an analyst downgraded the stock and warned that the company is struggling with competition from other smartphone makers. Article

>  Six board members of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation have resigned over the organization's letter in support of AT&T's proposed bid for T-Mobile. Article

>  Ford Motor Co. will expand the use of its on-board smartphone applications for more 2012 models. Article

> A judge ruled that U.S. retirees of Nortel Networks can form an official committee to negotiate benefits with the bankrupt company. Article

> Sprint received Frost & Sullivan's Consumers' Choice Award for Customer Value Enhancement. Release

> Red Bend Software said its mobile software management product has shipped in more than 1.089 billion mobile devices. Release

>  The Wireless History Foundation named four new inductees into the Wireless Hall of Fame. Release

Mobile Content News

> Foursquare 3.2 for the iPhone has a dedicated check-in button that accelerates the process of connecting with local venues and contacts. Article

> Nokia will integrate its Navteq navigation solutions unit with its mobile social networking efforts to create a new Location & Commerce business.  Article

>  John Sims was named president of Sybase 365 effective July 1.  Release

> Is designing apps for jailbroken iPhones profitable for developers, or should they stick to making apps for the App Store? Feature

And finally... A new study from Morpace says that customers don't really care about 4G when it comes to buying their smartphone. Article


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