Motorola appoints new global sales chief; AT&T, CWA reach deal

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> Motorola appointed Mark Shockley as its senior vice president of global go-to-market operations for its mobile devices business. Release

>  AT&T Mobility reached a tentative deal with the Communications Workers of America on a collective bargaining agreement for about 11,200 wireless workers in the Southeast. Release

> Verizon Wireless launched a new quick messaging phone, the Samsung Reality, for $79.99 with a two-year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate. Release

> Taiwanese chip vendor MediaTek is shaking up the mobile phone chip market. Article (sub. req.)

> Telcordia said Telenor will use its next-generation support services. Release

Mobile Content News

Saffron Digital introduces on-demand movies via HTC Desire. Article

Hands-On hooks "Deadliest Catch" game for iPhone. Article

USA Today will move to an iPad subscription model. Article

Broadband News

NSN wins shared 3G network deal with 3UK, T-Mobile UK. Article

Juniper Networks got its foot into the wireless industry's door through a router deal with Allied Wireless Communications. Article

FCC: No decision on how to classify broadband services. Article

European News

Fortunes to be made and lost in 2010 cellular location market. Article

Alca-Lu and NSN mergers are fruitless, believes ZTE exec. Article

O2 to compete with Skype on low-cost international calls. Article

Telefonica O2 to bring Dell Android smartphone to Europe. Article

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