LG Thrill 3D for AT&T to drop Sept. 4; Qualcomm pushes TDD LTE

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@FierceMobiCo: @TomTom extends travel apps to Go Live portable navigation devices. Article | [email protected]

> Motorola announced the Pro+ Android phone, which sports a Qwerty keyboard. Article

> Research In Motion's QNX smartphones, to launch early next year, likely will run LTE. Article

> AT&T said it will begin selling the 3D-capable LG Thrill Sept. 4 for $99 with a contract. Article

> Simplexity said it will sell LightSquared services as a Mobile Virtual Network Enabler. Release

> Qualcomm--with Huawei, ZTE, Quanta and BandRich--announced the launch of LTE TDD multi-mode devices based on Qualcomm's MDM9x00 chipset. Release

> Several public-interest groups are complaining of BART's shutdown of wireless service in San Francisco. Article

> Sprint Nextel scheduled a "strategy update" for Oct. 7. Article

> HTC is reportedly planning to release the Vigor smartphone. Article

> Samsung introduced three new bada Wave phones. Article

Mobile Content News

> There are now 30,000 apps for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. Article

> Consumers are relying on traditional video cameras with far less frequency as mobile devices emerge as their preferred means to capture and upload video content according to data published by photo and video sharing service Photobucket. Article

> Cloud entertainment provider mSpot introduced a revamped version of its mSpot Movies streaming video application. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Will developers follow webOS? Commentary

> LG released a 2D-to-3D transition tool for developers. Article

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