Microsoft to unveil tablet; Samsung gives enterprise focus to Galaxy S III

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@FierceWireless: RT@verge: Asus Nexus 7 appears as a camera on Picasa. Article | [email protected]

> Microsoft is reportedly poised to unveil a Windows 8-based tablet built highlighted by Xbox Live gaming capabilities. Article

> M2M device connections will increase 20 fold in the next 10 years. Release

> Qualcomm acquired Summit Microelectronics. Release

> Samsung announced an enterprise sales program for its forthcoming Galaxy S III. Release

> The LG Optimus L5 is scheduled to arrive in Europe. Article

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> Sharp will reportedly introduce a new user interface for Android. Article

> Mozilla is developing a browser optimized for Apple's iPad that is designed to replace the bestselling tablet's native Safari browser. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> NII Holdings, which delivers mobile services in Latin America under the Nextel brand, expects to launch its WCDMA/HSPA+ network in Mexico during this year's third quarter. Article

> Freescale Semiconductor today introduced a metrocell system-on-chip solution, the B4420 baseband processor. Article

European Wireless News

> Will Microsoft save Nokia? Editor's Corner

> Nokia Siemens Networks and Everything Everywhere have agreed to a partnership deal to focus on providing vending machine owners with M2M services. Article

And finally… How bad is Europe's tailspin in mobile? Article

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