Nexus 7 tablet specs leak; T-Mobile expands prepaid at Dollar General stores

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> Sprint Nextel is reclaiming about 240 jobs that it transferred to Ericsson when it signed a contract with the company to run and maintain its network. Article   

> Specs have leaked for a possible Nexus 7 tablet. Article

> T-Mobile USA will expand its prepaid service at Dollar General stores beginning on July. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission is reviewing what is fair and reasonable in the Google-Apple patent fight. Article

> Research in Motion's stock dropped after a Morgan Stanley analyst said the company would have to shrink considerably to survive.  Article

> The Wi-Fi Alliance has started the process for certifying devices as compliant and compatible with its new Passpoint service.  Article

> Mobile Posse now has 15 million opt-in subscribers. Release

> A Citigroup analyst says Verizon Wireless' overhaul of mobile data pricing may be designed to head off Apple and possibly others offering VoIP calling.  Article

> Volubill launched the the latest version of its converged charging and policy software. Release

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft acquired enterprise social network Yammer for $1.2 billon in cash. Article

> Brightcove introduced App Cloud Core, a free open-source platform enabling Web developers to leverage HTML5 and JavaScript to build native applications for devices running iOS and  Android. Article

> Facebook abruptly shuttered Find Friends Nearby, a new location-enabled feature rolling out across the social network's native iOS and Android applications as well as its mobile website.  Article

Developer News

> A Vision Mobile study says that the average per-app revenue is in the range of $1,200 to $3,900 depending on the platform.  Article

> Sprint Nextel customers who use HTC Evo devices spend more time on the Internet than any other Android users in the United States.  Article

> Microsoft must attract developers to Windows Phone 8 if it wants to have compelling apps for its devices. Article

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