Leap outs Huawei Mercury with Muve Music; Apple investigating iPad Wi-Fi woes

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@FierceWireless: RT @verge: US government won't abandon BlackBerry, says the Washington Post. Article | [email protected]

> Leap Wireless' Cricket said the new Huawei Mercury supports its Muve Music service. Article

> Some expect launch sales of Nokia's Lumia 900 at AT&T Mobility to come in below launches from rivals. Article

> Sony plans to discuss its corporate strategy during an event next week. Article

> Apple said it is investigating Wi-Fi issues in its new iPad. Article

> Another webOS executive plans to leave Hewlett-Packard. Article

> The FCC took away several Commercial Educational Broadband Services licenses from Xanadoo for the company's failure to launch service. Release

> AT&T Mobility appears to be tweaking its GoPhone pricing plans. Article

> U.S. Cellular's first LTE phone will be the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator, which will go for $199 with a rebate and service contract. Release

> According to new data, half of all iPhone sales are to repeat customers. Post

Mobile Content News

> Nokia TV is headed to Nokia phones in Finland. Post

> Consumers will download more than 66 billion mobile applications per year by 2016, according to new research. Article

> Zynga's Draw Something passed the 50 million download mark. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) said 63 manufacturers have announced 347 LTE-enabled user devices. Article

> WiMAX is rapidly gaining subscribers in Pakistan and Bangladesh, where it is a key technology for providing wireless broadband access for the previously unconnected. Article

> Dish Network is expecting a fairly quick resolution from the FCC regarding its broadband wireless plans. Article

European Wireless News

> Mobile operators in Germany have expanded LTE coverage to reach 13 million households across the country, according to a report from German ICT trade group Bitkom. Article

> SFR and Virgin Mobile launched aggressive new pricing packages for triple-play and quad-play services to combat cut-price offers from Iliad's Free Mobile. Article

> Some analysts believe a Facebook IPO would cause trouble for mobile operators. Article

And finally... Google announces augmented reality glasses, and it's not an April Fool's joke. Article