More lines for the iPhone 4; Gemalto acquires Cinterion

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> Lines are forming today at AT&T stores for the iPhone 4. Article

> Gemalto acquired Cinterion Wireless Modules, which provides machine-to-machine communication modules, for around $199 million. Release

> The FCC approved a feature phone from ZTE that appears bound for Verizon Wireless. Article

> Google's Android 2.2 is now officially available for its Nexus One smartphone. Article

> Canadian carrier Shaw said it selected Nokia Siemens Networks to supply the radio access network and core equipment for Shaw's next generation wireless network. Release

> Alcatel-Lucent acquired ProgrammableWeb, which provides a repository of open Web APIs. Article

> TeliaSonera announced it will begin selling a dual-mode LTE/3G modem. Article

> Sprint Nextel halted the rollout of its HTC Evo 4G software update due to reports of problems. Article

> Qualcomm announced Huawei, Novatel, Option, Sierra Wireless and ZTE are developing products based on Qualcomm's Gobi application programming interface. Release

> T-Mobile USA customers are now able to use voice and messaging services in the Gulf of Mexico using Broadpoint's network. Release

Mobile Content News

> Germany's justice minister expressed apprehension over Apple's decision to authorize the collection and sharing of "precise location data." Article

> Google released a mobile-optimized version of its Google Docs viewer. Article

> Users worldwide favor the hours between the 8 p.m. and midnight for the bulk of their mobile Web usage, according to browser developer Opera. Article

> Google is reportedly at work on a new social networking platform. Article

Developer News

> Android is gaining share of developers' focus. Commentary

> Apple quietly added a new section to its App Store virtual storefront reserved exclusively for iPhone and iPod touch applications powered by the new iOS 4 operating system. Article

And finally... Lawyers are looking for iPhone "Death Grip" victims. Article