Motorola Droid Razr reportedly leaks; LightSquared inks deal with AirTouch

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> 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

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