LG releases new Optimus Pro, Optimus Net Android phones; NSN planning layoffs?

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadget: Verizon LTE: no roaming, even if you want to. Article | [email protected]

> LG announced two new Android smartphones, the LG Optimus Pro (LG-C660) and the LG Optimus Net (LG-P690). Release

> Apple could switch chipset suppliers from Samsung to TSMC. Article

> BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk looks into the potential of Sprint Nextel teaming with Dish Network or SpectrumCo. Post (reg. req.)

> Oracle in a court filing said it wants to question Google CEO Larry Page over possible patent infringement. Article

> In the state of Virginia, Cox Wireless is now currently available in Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads and Roanoke. Release

> Nokia Siemens Networks could embark on layoffs. Article

Mobile Content News

> Fifty-three percent of U.S. subscribers visiting Myxer's ad-supported mobile entertainment site have made purchases from their phones. Article

> Apple reportedly launched a bulk iOS app purchase program for businesses. Article

> Google is beginning to push out its Android Honeycomb 3.2 update. Article

Mobile Developer News

> New figures from Flurry show developer interest in iOS has grown in recent months, likely due to the launch of the Verizon iPhone and the iPad 2. Post

And finally... Sprint's tips on surviving "Carmageddon" in Los Angeles. Release

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