Nexus 7 sales heading toward 1M per month; Consumer Cellular adds more minutes, texts, data to plans

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> Asustek said sales of the Nexus 7 are approaching 1 million per month. Article (sub. req.)

> U.S. Cellular announced new LTE markets. Release

> According to Informa Telecoms & Media, the global number of small cells now outnumbers the global number of base stations. Release

> Syniverse said it is testing LTE roaming. Release

> ARM announced the new Cortex-A50 processor series, which the company said features energy-efficient 64-bit processing technology. Release

> Nokia Siemens Networks launched Customer Experience Management for Liquid Net. Release

> Consumer Cellular said it upgraded its plans by adding more minutes, text messages and data to most existing plans, automatically and at no additional charge. Release

> Via Licensing said it wave license fees (and interest) for any company that signs up to its LTE patent pool by April of 2013. Release

> Verizon Wireless' HTC Windows Phone 8X will reportedly include wireless charging. Article

> GreatCall is launching a new smartphone, the Jitterbug Touch, based on the Kyocera Milano. Release

Mobile Content News

> Google is now offering a rival to Apple's Siri via Google's iOS search app. Post

> Nokia said it will create its own mobile ad exchange for developers. Article

> Apple will delay the release of its iTunes 11 multimedia software revamp to November, stating it is still tweaking the user experience. Article

And finally… Microsoft got sued over its Live Tiles. Article