LTE iPhone reportedly in testing; Samsung Hercules, HTC Ruby may be headed to T-Mobile USA

Quick news from across the Web.

@FierceMobiCo@Amobee teams with @Cooliris for three-dimensional mobile ads - FierceMobileContent: Article | [email protected]

> Apple's lawyers reportedly misled the judge in Apple's legal battle against Samsung in Europe. Article

> HTC filed a patent lawsuit against Apple. Article

> Samsung received court approval to sell its GalaxyTab tablet in Europe. Article

> KeyOn Communications reported a jump in year-over-year second quarter revenues of 64 percent. Release

> Some carriers are reportedly testing an LTE iPhone. Article

> Apple reportedly canceled plans to release an iPad with a Retina Display this year. Article

> Research In Motion is offering cloud-management services to small businesses using BlackBerry phones. Release

> California, Kansas and other states are scrutinizing the AT&T/T-Mobile deal. Article

> The Samsung Hercules and the HTC Ruby are reportedly heading to T-Mobile USA in October. Article

> Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha could score up to $62 million if he leaves Google in two years. Article (sub. req.)

> Saygus plans to soon start selling its VPhone through Verizon Wireless. Article

Mobile Content News

> LinkedIn is launching redesigned versions of its mobile applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, concurrently introducing a new HTML5-based Web app. Article

> Motricity will collaborate with Brazilian value-added services company Supportcomm to offer mobile data solutions to Latin American operators. Article

> Tapjoy said it powers more than 10,000 apps on iOS and Android. Article

> Starbucks is offering free iOS apps. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Some developers are upset at Google's decision to remove the "just in" category in its Android Market. Article

> Mobile app developer Broken Thumb Apps agreed to pay $50,000 to settle a Federal Trade Commission investigation into its apparent collection of children's personal data. Article

> Among the 300 GetJar network developers surveyed, 80 percent are presently working on projects for Apple's iPhone and 59 percent are building apps for the iPad. Article

And finally... Are you an iOS or an Android person? Article