Motorola signs up for Qualcomm's Gobi; Virgin Mobile to use Samsung Intercept

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> Kineto introduced an Android application the company said turns existing WiFi access points into extensions of a mobile network. Article

> Motorola is using Qualcomm's Gobi chip. Article

> Femtocell vendor Ubiquisys said it scored a $5 million investment led by three Taiwanese companies. Release

> Virgin Mobile will offer Samsung's Intercept as its first Android phone. Article

> T-Mobile USA showed off a solar powered cell tower. Article

> Clearwire announced 4G roaming services with UQ Communications of Japan. Release

Mobile Content News

> Turner Sports and the National Collegiate Athletic Association jointly launched NCAA Digital, a multi-platform initiative spanning all 88 NCAA championships. Article

> Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said the overall impact of Apple's ban on Flash was "muted." Article

> T-Mobile USA is denying allegations lodged against the company in a lawsuit filed by mobile marketing solutions firm EZ Texting. Article

> Verizon's app store touts quality over quantity. Commentary

European Wireless News

> Samsung said it sold more than 1 million bada-powered Wave handsets in Europe. Article

> Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 is headed to all five major U.K. mobile operators. Article

And finally... Nokia exec: For handset makers, using Android is like peeing in your pants for warmth. Article


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