Moto Droid 3 reportedly sporting dual-core processor; Sony Ericsson nabs Nokia exec

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> Rumors indicate Motorola's Droid 3 will sport a dual-core chipset. Article

> Sony Ericsson hired Nokia's Tommi Laine-Ylijoki as its new head of operations. Article

> Motorola Solutions said it will buy up to $400 million of its debt. Article

> The head of France Telecom said the next iPhone will be smaller and thinner. Article

> Wal-Mart will bring dedicated wireless shops to 150 of its stores. Article

> Apple reportedly purchased 200 patents from Freescale Semiconductor. Article

> India is looking for additional 3G spectrum auctions. Article

> Nokia continues to push for dual-SIM phones. Post

> Siano Mobile Silicon said it raised $20 million in venture funding. Release

> SkyCross said it raised $11 million in venture funding. Release

Mobile Content News

> Apple said its iOS app developers are protected against Lodsys patent claims. Article

> Mobile payments solutions provider Square (a Fierce 15 winner) introduced its new Square Register point-of-sale application for Apple's iPad tablet. Article

> CNNMoney reported Twitter agreed Monday to purchase TweetDeck for more than $40 million in cash and stock. Article

> Mobile search services provider [email protected] formally unveiled its platform, also announcing a $7 million investment led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Apple's iOS continues to provide more revenues to developers. Commentary

> The Linux Foundation unveiled the project release of its MeeGo 1.2 open-source mobile operating system. Article

> Microsoft will begin phasing out its Windows Mobile 6.x operating system on July 15. Article

And finally... HTC's co-founder reportedly shopping at Apple store? Article

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