Nexus 4 sells out in less than an hour; Mid-Rivers Communications joins Verizon's rural LTE program

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> Alvarion reported a loss on lower revenues. Article

> Mid-Rivers Communications, a service provider in Montana, announced its wireless affiliate joined Verizon Wireless' LTE in Rural America program. Release

> The FCC is working with Mexican officials to thwart cross-border traffic in stolen phones. Release

> Windows Phone 8 and the Nexus 4 support the Qi standard for wireless charging. Article

> AT&T said cybersecurity represents a $1 billion opportunity. Article

> Intel and Qualcomm reportedly could invest $378 million in Sharp. Article

> Telespree sold real-time data-monitoring services to Clearwire. Release

> Google's Nexus 4 sold out in less than an hour. Article

> Sprint Nextel is working to expand its LTE network to nine more markets. Article

> Samsung is reportedly planning to begin production on flexible displays. Article (sub. req.)

> AMD is reportedly exploring a possible sale. Article

> FCC official calls for a "conversation" about the reliability of cell phones in emergencies. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nokia announced a new location service called "Here." Article

> Zynga announced an executive shuffle. Article

> Research In Motion is rolling out an overhauled version of its BlackBerry Messenger mobile social networking service with voice chat capabilities. Article

> Google released its Android 4.2 software development kit. Article

And finally… Steve Wozniak and Danny Trejo team up for iOS game. No, really. Article