More on the BlackBerry tablet; AT&T invests in 4G data center

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> AT&T is investing $120 million in a new data center for 3G and 4G services. Article

> A WiFi-capable iPhone appears headed to China. Article (sub. req.)

> The latest BlackBerry tablet rumors point to a gadget with a 7-inch screen and 1GHz processor. Article

> Surgeons at Valley Presbyterian Hospital near Los Angeles and University of Arizona used Apple's FaceTime video-calling service to conduct a long-distance patient consultation in real time. Release

> 3G femtocell vendor Ubiquisys announced it completed a $9 million round of funding. Release

Mobile Content News

> The Wall Street Journal looked into the money developers are making from Apple's iAd platform. Article (sub. req.)

> SMS is the most popular form of mobile banking, according to IDC. Release

> Research In Motion launched BlackBerry Protect, a free solution extending enterprise data security capabilities like backup, restore and wipe to the consumer segment. Article

> Google will launch App Inventor for Android, a free software tool enabling users to create their own Android smartphone applications. Article

> Mobile content solutions provider Motricity will continue its multi-year relationship with Verizon Wireless. Article

> Qualcomm acquired URL-linking solutions provider Tapioca Mobile. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The VoLGA Forum released an updated set of specifications for delivering mobile voice and SMS services over LTE. Release

> Investors are concerned about what will happen to microwave backhaul provider DragonWave after Clearwire completes its initial WiMAX build. Article

> Roke Manor Research claims to have developed the world's first 3G wide area coverage femtocell capability. Article

> IBM predicts tiered pricing models for mobile broadband will be the future of the mobile market. Article

> Visant Strategies predicts WiMAX will thrive through the next decade. Article

European Wireless News

> After hopes of a data nirvana, has the explosion of mobile data traffic caught operators off guard? Commentary

> Mobile ad statistics continue to confuse. Article

> Russia's telecom regulator approved Yota's move from WiMAX to LTE. Article

> Carphone Warehouse boss Andrew Harrison is the new COO of Best Buy Europe. Article

> French operator SFR confirmed it will continue to invest $1.5 billion each year in its mobile network. Article

> The U.K. government aims to raise £5 billion from the forthcoming spectrum auction. Article

And finally... Bogus texts land woman in jail. Article

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