Labor Dept. says T-Mobile shipped jobs overseas; Samsung invests $5M in Stoke

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@FierceWireless: Motorola reportedly has taken 'measures' to get around ITC import ban. Article (via @verge)| [email protected]

> T-Mobile USA moved jobs overseas following cuts it made at its U.S. call centers, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Article

> ZTE said it is not planning job cuts. Article

> Samsung invested $5 million in network infrastructure firm Stoke. Release

> HTC filed a counterclaim against Apple with two patents originally assigned to Hewlett-Packard. Article

> U.S. Cellular is hoping to get Actel's 700 MHz licenses. Article

> Vodafone's dividend payment from Verizon Wireless is still a thorny issue for investors. Article

> Wi-Fi offloading from 3G and 4G networks will increase 16 times from 2011 to 2016, according to iGR. Release

Mobile Content News

> Global revenues from mobile search and discovery services will rise to $15 billion by 2017, nearly tripling projections for the current year, according to a new Juniper Research forecast. Article

> Samsung is teaming with AT&T Mobility to introduce carrier billing options to the manufacturer's Media Hub video-on-demand entertainment service. Article

> Microsoft will extend remote access features integrated into its forthcoming Office 13 productivity suite to mobile devices running the company's Windows Phone 8 operating system. Article

And finally... Google launched a new service in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya that lets Gmail users send and receive emails using SMS. Article

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