Moto dumps Webtop; Apple reportedly orders 10M iPad minis for Q4

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@FierceWireless: T-Mobile Stores Begin Receiving NanoSIM Cards For iPhone 5 Activation. Article | [email protected]

> Samsung released the source code for its Galaxy Note II. Article

> Qualcomm, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and kajeet today announced their collaboration on the Active Explorer mobile learning project. Release

> Vringo accused ZTE of patent infringement. Article

> A long-time Nokia product marketing executive recently left the company. Article

> Google's Motorola Mobility confirmed it will not sell its Webtop service any more. Article

> AT&T Mobility reduced its device return time period from 30 days to 14 days. Article

> According to NPD, sales of mobile phone accessories increased 32 percent in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year. Article

> Sprint Nextel is selling vanity phone numbers for $3 a month. Article

> Apple reportedly plans to build 10 million iPad minis in the fourth quarter. Article (sub. req.)

> Clearwire said it accidentally sent out numerous emails to some subscribers. Article

> Nokia reportedly plans to sell its Lumia smartphones directly to consumers in some mall kiosks. Article

> Verizon's enterprise division released a new product for businesses that allows IT managers to more easily oversee workers' mobile devices. Release

Mobile Content News

> Nokia released version 2.3 of its Transport application for Lumia smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Phone, promising commuters more efficient access to public transit information. Article

> AT&T and the nonprofit Pew Center on the States are rolling out VoterHub, a free application offering nonpartisan voter information leading up to the November 2012 General Election. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Wireless users in Mexico prefer Wi-Fi networks to cellular networks when connecting to the Internet from smartphones, tablets, laptops, e-readers and other mobile devices, according to a new study from Cisco. Article

European Wireless News

> For mobile operators, revenues count more than subscriber numbers. Editor's Corner

> Turkcell claims its new mobile wallet service is the world's most advanced by enabling physical or online shopping using the subscriber's mobile phone number instead of a credit card. Article

And finally… Angry Birds + Star Wars. Article

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