Motorola preps Xoom 2; Droid 4 reportedly headed to Verizon

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> A federal judge ruled San Francisco has to reverse its law that would require cell phone makers to disclose radiation statistics. Article

> Hewlett-Packard's former webOS proponent, Richard Kerris, appears to have landed at Nokia. Article

> Motorola reportedly is preparing a Droid 4 for Verizon Wireless. Article

> Motorola appears to be preparing a Xoom 2 tablet for Verizon Wireless. Article

> BlackBerry phone owners are reportedly ditching their devices in favor of the iPhone 4S in record numbers. Article

> BlackBerry maker Research In Motion lost another top executive. Article

> Time Warner Cable said it plans to shift its focus on wireless from selling a stand-alone product to selling wireless bundled with wireline services. Earnings transcript

> The FCC announced a new $500 million "mobility fund" to encourage the building of mobile networks in rural locations. Article

> Research In Motion unveiled a buy one, get two deal for its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Article

> ZTE said it won't chase infrastructure contracts in the United States. Article (sub. req.)

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> Paul Allen's Vulcan company invested $14 million in mobile ad company 4INFO. Article

> Mobile television services provider MobiTV is introducing an end-to-end TV Everywhere solution enabling cable, satellite and IPTV service providers to offer live and on-demand programming for viewing both inside and outside of the home. Article

> Gaming giant Electronic Arts reported fiscal second quarter losses of $340 million, up from year-ago losses of $201 million. Article

And finally... MetroPCS' marketing executives on why the company attacked the AT&T/T-Mobile USA merger. Article (sub. req.)    

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