Motorola's enterprise-focused ES400S bound for Sprint; Apple-Nokia fight spills into U.K.

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@FierceWireless: Eric Schmidt: it will take a long time for #Google's mobile search biz to bring in the most revenue. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Apple expanded its patent-infringement legal battle with Nokia into the United Kingdom. Article

> Pure packet radio backhaul shipments increased 6 percent in the second quarter of 2010, according to research firm Maravedis. Release

> The ng Connect Program, founded by Alcatel-Lucent to drive the adoption of LTE, announced 11 new members, bringing membership to 47 companies since the start of the program. Release

> The Commerce Department announced the last of its broadband stimulus grants. Article

> Motorola introduced its ES400S--the first Motorola Mobile Enterprise Handheld device to be branded, stocked and sold through a wireless carrier. Sprint Nextel will sell the device for $499.99 for qualifying businesses. Release

> Borders unveiled a WiFi version of its Kobo ereader. Article

> Dell is poised to offer a 7-inch tablet. Article (sub. req.)

> The proliferation of mobile devices is cutting into the finite amount of IPv4 Internet addresses. Article

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> Digital entertainment services firm RealNetworks launched the newest version of its cross-platform RealPlayer media playback solution. Article

> Twitter introduced Promoted Accounts, a new advertising solution. Article

> Facebook is unlikely to go public prior to late 2012, according to board member and venture capitalist Peter Thiel. Article

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