Motorola Titanium hits Sprint; Verizon Wireless reportedly moving to microSIM

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> Research In Motion said it remains committed to building a Wi-Fi PlayBook, countering reports that it would discontinue the device. Article

> AT&T Mobility released the Pantech breEZe III. Article

> Analysts expect Nokia to report declining profits in the second quarter. Article

> The Motorola Titanium for Sprint Nextel's iDEN network will go on sale July 24 for $149. Article

> Google's Eric Schmidt said Apple's lawsuits against Android phone makers are a result of jealousy. Article

> Another possible video of Nokia's Windows Phone smartphone has been uncovered. Article

> Verizon Wireless could be moving to microSIM chips. Article

> Mobilitie announced it raised an additional $415 million facility with TD Securities. Release

Mobile Content News

> The Mobile Content Venture, which is hoping to bring TV signals to mobile devices, unveiled its new logo and brand: Dyle.tv. Article

> Mobile video company MobiTV is reportedly preparing for an initial public offering. Article

> Mobile traffic to automotive-themed websites increased a whopping 463 percent year-over-year according to new research released by targeted mobile advertising network Jumptap. Article

> Social reading and publishing company Scribd is making its first major foray into the mobile application segment. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Why are developers flocking to iOS? Commentary

> Google issued its Android 3.2 operating system update and corresponding SDK tools. Article

> Developers are withdrawing from app stores over patent fears. Article

> Startup Crittercism has opened the service to all mobile developers. Article

And finally... Too good to be true: The iPad is not $70 at Sears. Article

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