Motorola, Samsung phones reportedly bound for Verizon; ZTE testes CDMA 1X Advanced

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> The FCC will review the special access market. Article

> By 2014, more than half of the capacity in the North American last mile backhaul will be dedicated to LTE, according to new research from In-Stat. Release

> A new study has unveiled security holes in Android. Article

> New Motorola and Samsung phones are rumored to be heading to Verizon Wireless. Article

> Sprint Nextel and Samsung are offering $50 worth of content in a promotion of Samsung's Media Hub. Article

> ZTE is testing CDMA 1X Advanced. Article

Mobile Content News

> What will Facebook announce on Wednesday? Article

> Mobile and desktop solutions provider Geodesic Limited will partner with AOL Music unit SHOUTcast to deliver streaming Internet radio. Article

> NBC Universal Digital Entertainment will team with Unilever's Dove personal wash brand to introduce Dove Good2Go. Article

> AdMob founder and CEO Omar Hamoui is leaving Google. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Intel CEO Paul Otellini recently met with the president of Taiwan, Ma Ying-jeou, to give his assurances that Intel is still committed to making WiMAX chips. Article

> Operators at the Broadband World Forum in Paris debunked the belief that LTE is a solution to overloaded mobile networks. Article

European Wireless News

> The switch to daylight savings time has created a glitch in the alarm functions of Apple's iPhone. Article

> How will the European market move toward a unified LTE environment? Commentary

> The SIM card market is forecast to grow 10 percent in 2010, approaching 3.8 billion shipments, according to ABI Research. Article

> Smartphones are boosting operators' results. Commentary

> Belgium-based Option asked the EU to drop a complaint it made against Huawei. .Article

> Vodafone in Germany rejected Nokia Siemens Networks claim of the first LTE network in the country. Article

> Orange has been hit by significant shortages of Windows Phone 7 devices. Article

> O2 Telefonica may use femto and picocells to provide additional capacity for its LTE network. Article

> Mediametrie reports that Google was the most popular site in the third quarter, with more than nine million visits. Article

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