Motorola to exterminate Android 2.2 bugs; Alcatel-Lucent targets public safety in 700 MHz

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> Motorola said it will address Android 2.2 bugs on its Droid X phone with a software update. Article

> A Congressional committee plans to investigate how various wireless carriers collect debt. Article

> Is the Huawei Ideos heading to T-Mobile USA? Article

> Alcatel-Lucent plans to demonstrate LTE on public safety's 700 MHz spectrum. Article

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> The New York Times unveiled its NYTimes App for Apple's iPad tablet. Article

> The number of mobile subscribers using a turn-by-turn mobile navigation service or application increased 57 percent from the first half of 2009 to the first six months of 2010. Article

> Teens in the U.S. have quadrupled the mobile data consumption over the last year. Article

And finally... Steve Jobs sends Chilean miners iPods. Article

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