Motorola Solutions approved for LTE network in San Fran; Nokia's Lumia 900 may hit UK in June

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@FierceWireless: Rumor: Apple spent $100 million in its first case against HTC - and got almost nothing. Article | [email protected]

> The DOJ's acting antitrust chief, Sharis Pozen, who led the fight against the AT&T/T-Mobile deal, is leaving the government. Article

> Apple once again lost a bid to have Samsung tablet computers banned in the Netherlands. Article

> Carphone Warehouse has confirmed that Nokia Lumia 900 is "coming soon" to the United Kingdom, and recent reports suggest the phone could launch as soon as this June. Article

> Motorola Solutions has approval to build a much-anticipated regional LTE network for first responders in San Francisco. Article

> The former president of Sony Ericsson U.S. and Head of Region North America Anderson Teixeira is rumored to be joining Apple, and will oversee Apple's Latin America region. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Developer interest in Android is surging, but is Google ready? Commentary

> Research In Motion released its third beta release of its BlackBerry Native SDK 2.0 for Tablet OS. Article

> In-app purchases are on pace to generate 64 percent of total mobile application revenues in 2015, up from 39 percent in 2011, according to IHS Screen Digest. Article

Mobile Content News

> Mobile payments, advertising firms attract top VC dollars in 2011. Commentary

> Mogreet is rolling out moShare, enabling consumers to share social media and email content like videos, pictures, songs and articles across any mobile device. Article

> The first untethered jailbreak for Apple's iPhone 4S and iPad 2 running iOS 5.0.1 is now available. Article

And finally... Australian regulators have fined Nokia $58,000 for spamming customers with SMS. Article

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