Nokia resumes production in India; Moto gets an upgrade

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@FierceWireless: Only 3.6% of mobile devices with baseband connectivity will be using 4G standards in 2014. Release | Follow @FierceWireless

> A law firm announced an investigation into ADC Telecom relating to Tyco Electronics' proposed $1.25 billion acquisition of the company. Release

> Apple's FaceTime video calling service could migrate to other Apple gadgets, according to Boy Genius Report. Article

> Nokia resumed production at an Indian plant that had threatened a strike. Article (sub. req.)

> The Wall Street Journal's Martin Peers warned that "public investors should steer clear" of Clearwire. Article (sub. req.)

> Velocity Micro showed off a $200 Android tablet. Article

> As Motorola's Droid X hits Verizon Wireless shelves, Morgan Stanley analyst Ehud Gelblum raised its estimates on the company. Article

Mobile Content News

> Mobile retail solutions provider shopkick announced the close of a $15 million Series B financing round. Article

> More than a quarter of Apple iTunes, iPhone and iPod users express strong interest in free cloud-based music services. Article

> Mobile music discovery provider Shazam Entertainment launched its premium Shazam Encore application across Google's Android platform. Article

> Google's Android Market looks to have passed the 1 billion download milestone. Article

> Apple released its iOS 4.1 beta update to registered iPhone developers. Article

> Post-World Cup, what's next for mobile TV? Commentary

Broadband Wireless News

> Overall, mobile data traffic increased 24 percent during the World Cup, according to a new study. Article

> Spectrum Bridge announced a relationship with GE Energy to offer a new industrial data networking solution for mission-critical applications. Article

> E-Band Communications signed a deal with Clearwire. Article

European Wireless News

> O2 Telefónica unveiled plans for a global eHealth division focused on providing decentralized medical services. Article

> Ericsson said the market for femtocells will remain limited due to technical difficulties. Article

> Over 50 percent of U.K. subscribers don't know how many gigabytes of data they consume each month. Article

> Operators announced new LTE trials in the U.K. and Russia. Article

 And finally... Apple's iPhone 4 shows up in a Dave Letterman Top 10 list, and not in a good way. Video