Nokia pushes out 'Anna' update to Symbian; Yankee Group comes out against AT&T/T-Mobile deal

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> Research firm Yankee Group argues the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile USA will ultimately hurt consumers. Article

> John Stanton doubled his investment in Clearwire. Article

> Nokia said its "Anna" Symbian software update is being pushed out. Post

> Apple's CFO offered an oblique response to Google's proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility. Article

> Kodak is the latest to put its patents up for sale. Article

> Cellular South detailed its efforts to upgrade its network in anticipation of launching LTE. Release

> AT&T is fighting a legal attack on its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Article

Mobile Content News

> Around 75 percent of users who download games to their Sony Ericsson Xperia Play phones are paying for them. Article

> What are gamers purchasing in their apps? Commentary

> Google has unveiled a new shopping app delivering more interactive versions of retailer catalogs optimized for tablet devices. Article

> Credit card company Citi announced a mobile rewards partnership with Best Buy. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> VoIP and other value-added services will be critical offerings for mobile network operators to generate revenue and monetize their 4G network investments, according to new research from Wireless 20/20. Article

> Smartphone data use is on the rise for every carrier but T-Mobile USA. Article

European Wireless News

> France Telecom Orange is the first major operator to label Google's proposed $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility "great news" for the mobile industry. Article

> China Telecom, China's third largest wireless operator, is in talks with potential network owners about launching an MVNO service early next year in the U.K. Article

> Germany's three major operators will  revamp their existing mobile payments initiative with the launch of NFC-based services. Article

And finally... Apple has been sued for swindling customers in China. Article