LightSquared's Falcone complains of AT&T, Verizon static; Alcatel-Lucent's patents could boost company's value

Quick news from across the Web.

@FierceMobiCo: : did offer patent deal, but 'We didn't fall for it' - FierceMobileContent: Article | [email protected]

>  LightSquared backer Philip Falcone alleged AT&T and Verizon Wireless are in league with the GPS Coalition to trip up LightSquared. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent's patent portfolio could be worth more than the company's current market valuation. Article

> Motorola unveiled a budget-friendly Android phone for Asian markets, following LG and Nokia into cost-conscious smartphone waters. Article

> Sierra Wireless said a loss of Clearwire's business contributed to a 12 percent revenue slide. Release

> Sprint Nextel said it will sell the Conquer 4G from Samsung for $99 with a contract. Article

> Postpaid additions and smartphone sales helped power nTelos' second quarter. Release

> Boingo Wireless reported rising revenue in the second quarter, its first after its May IPO. Release

> Florida's Palm Beach County gave Motorola Solutions a $14 million contract for public-safety products. Release

Mobile Content News

> DirecTV CEO Michael White confirms the satellite TV provider is one of several potential suitors that could acquire digital video service Hulu. Article

> Research In Motion unveiled version 3.0 of its BlackBerry App World storefront. Article

> Mobile social gaming firm ngmoco will roll out its Mobage platform to Android device users via AT&T. Article

And finally... A paper Android phone? Article

Suggested Articles

U.S. Cellular has awarded Samsung Electronics a commercial agreement to supply LTE and 5G network solutions.

U.S. Cellular might be able to win over some Sprint customers as the transition to the New T-Mobile occurs.

Japan’s Rakuten Mobile is teaming up with mobile operator TPG to test 5G open RAN solutions in Singapore.