Motorola Droid Razr reportedly leaks; LightSquared inks deal with AirTouch

Quick news from across the Web.

@FierceMobiCo: @Motricity secures $20M loan, mulls sale options. Article | [email protected]

> Nuance announced its automatic speech recognition technology is powering the new Sprint Nextel Voicemail-2-Text service for the carrier's BlackBerry customers. Release

> Samsung said it will meet its tablet sales target. Article

> Motorola is reportedly planning to release a Droid Razr, the Atrix 2 and the Xoom 2. Article

> Apple's upcoming event will be held on its campus. Article

> AT&T and the U.S. government are arguing over the deadline for filing reports in the T-Mobile case. Article

> AT&T's network failed in Southern California. Article

> Huawei spilled the beans on its Honor phone. Article

> Broadcom announced NFC chips. Release

> LightSquared announced a deal with AirTouch. Release

> Lantiq and Altair Semiconductor announced Altair's LTE chipset will be used for the Lantiq XWAYGRX family of network processors. Release

Mobile Content News

> Groupon's initial public offering could be messed up by an SEC probe. Article

> YouTube is refreshing its mobile layout. Article

> Days after updating its Google+ social media application for Android, Google introduced a similarly expanded version for Apple's rival iOS platform. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Ruckus Wireless announced it will supply indoor Wi-Fi equipment to The Cloud. Article

> LG Electronics holds the bulk of LTE patents. Article

European Wireless News

> Employees of Google Spain are rumored to be testing operator networks for the possible launch as an MVNO. Article

> London Mayor Boris Johnson said that mobile networks face a "massive strain" during next summer's London Olympics. Article

> France Telecom Orange became the first European operator to publicly criticize Google's recently launched Google Wallet service. Article

And finally... Mobile games spawn plush toys. Article

Suggested Articles

The CEO of Deutsche Telekom is ready to take on AT&T and Verizon in more ways than one now that the combination of T-Mobile and Sprint is approved.

Ahead of Dish Network’s Q4 earnings call, analysts looked toward the operator’s planned 5G network build.

CCA, WISPA and other groups are pressing for a limit on the amount of spectrum any one bidder is eligible to get in the upcoming C-band auction.