LG Marquee goes to Sprint for $99; HTC announces Sensation XE

Quick news from across the Web.

@FierceMobiCo: Dice.com: #Android developer job postings surge past #iOS. Article | [email protected]

> Google will allow Wi-Fi hotspot users to opt out of its database. Article

> HTC announced its Sensation XE phone with Beats. Article

> Verizon Wireless' LTE network is now available in 143 markets. Release

> Bell in Canada is testing LTE. Article

> Sprint Nextel will sell the LG Marquee Android phone for $99 with a contract. Release

> Nokia's CEO said the company will release Windows Phone devices in the fourth quarter. Article

> Nokia reportedly underpays its Indian workers. Article (sub. req.)

> Virgin American and Lufthansa Systems plan to release an in-flight entertainment system next year. Article

> Motorola Mobility invested in video publishing platform Ooyala. Article

> President Obama's jobs bill authorizes incentive spectrum auctions for broadcasters. Article

> Samsung continues to battle the Galaxy Tab ban in Germany. Article

> Apple filed a countersuit against Samsung in the United Kingdom. Article

> Qualcomm is working with Microsoft to get Windows 8 onto its Snapdragon chips. Article

> Analysts expect a jump in Research In Motion's BlackBerry shipments. Article. But analysts expect RIM to have shipped only 490,000 PlayBook tablets. Article

Mobile Content News

> Turntable.fm nabbed $7 million in funding and released a new iPhone app. Article

> Apple appears to have removed an app critical of the company. Article

> Firefox appears headed for Android tablets. Article

> Location-based mobile gaming startup Red Robot Labs has closed a Series A financing round totaling $8.5 million. Article

> Wal-Mart has acquired social targeting solutions firm OneRiot. Article

> Game developer Gameloft has cancelled its highly anticipated upcoming title for Apple's iOS platform, March of Heroes. Article

And finally... And Sprint will probably get the iPad too. Article


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