Nokia Lumia 710 goes free at Walmart; ITC rules against Apple in Moto case

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@FierceWireless: T-Mobile on the iPhone: 'no knowledge of Apple's product roadmap.' Article | [email protected]

> The Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile USA is free at Walmart. Article

> Verizon Wireless said legacy Alltel phones can no longer be activated on its network. Article

> T-Mobile criticized AT&T in a filing at the FCC. Article

> Apple discussed details of its supply chain and workers' conditions. Article

> Sales of $100 smartphones will soon balloon. Article

> The International Trade Commission ruled that Motorola Mobility products don't violate Apple patents. Article

> Hackers broke into a T-Mobile web server. Article

Mobile Content News

> is opening its fantasy sports platform to third-party developers and content providers. Article

> More than 530 million consumers worldwide will embrace mobile banking services by 2013, up from 300 million in 2011, according to a new forecast released by Juniper Research. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Google is arguing that Android is not fragmented. Editor's Corner

> More than three quarters of software developers across the globe are currently using or plan to leverage the HTML5 web standard in projects. Article

> Mobile software development platform provider appMobi is rolling out jQ.Mobi. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Cisco Systems has issued a warning for users with a list of potentially vulnerable Cisco Wi-Fi products. Article

> Sprint Nextel said it won't release any more WiMAX smartphones. Article

> Bright House Networks said it will team with BelAir Networks to roll out more than 2,000 Wi-Fi access points in Florida. Article

European Wireless News

> As expected, the arrival of Iliad's new low-cost rival Free Mobile in the French market has prompted existing operators to lower prices. Article

> The long-delayed auction of spectrum to carry LTE service in the UK looks set to go ahead late this year. Article

And finally... The Steve Jobs action figure has been cancelled. Article