Nokia's Lumia 900 out of stock at AT&T; Moto could be prepping Droid Razr HD

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@FierceWireless: RT@phonescoop: Nokia Lumia 900 Network Bug Fix Now Available: Nokia has made a small system update available for the Lumia 900. Article | [email protected]

> HTC named a former Goldman Sachs executive as its new CFO. Article (sub. req.)

> Nokia's Lumia 900 is out of stock in AT&T Mobility's online store. Article

> AT&T said it is struggling to find suitable workers in the United States. Article

> A legal battle over patents between Google and Oracle is heading toward a showdown. Article (sub. req.)

> Apple said it is not working on anything with designer Philippe Starck. Article

> Apple is reportedly planning a smaller version of the iPad to compete with new Windows 8 tablets. Article

> HTC is reportedly planning the new Golf smartphone. Article

> Motorola Mobility could be preparing the Droid Razr HD. Article

> Republic Wireless is opening its reservation system for new customers. Article

> Google must pay a fine for "impeding" a privacy probe over its collection of Wi-Fi data from its Street View project. Article

> Best Buy detailed its closure plans for 42 stores. Release

Mobile Content News

> Facebook has acquired Tagtile, which supplies mobile loyalty and customer management solutions targeting the local business segment. Article

> Openwave sold its messaging and mediation businesses to Marlin Equity Partners. Article

> Myriad Group has acquired mobile messaging services firm Synchronica in a deal valued at $38 million. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Waiver recipients allowed to build 700 MHz LTE networks for public safety are being told to halt their rollouts while the federal government sorts out the transition process it will use to bring their networks under the umbrella of the First Responder Network Authority, or FirstNet. Article

> The LTE-capable Verizon Jetpack MIFi 4620L personal hotspot from Novatel Wireless is being sold on the Verizon Wireless website. Article

> Brazil intends to initiate an auction of 450 MHz and 2.5 GHz spectrum by June 10. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia needs to consider radical steps to stay in the game. Editor's Corner

> France Telecom is poised to assume almost full control of its Egyptian mobile venture, Mobinil. Article

> The UK mobile payments JV formed by O2UK, Everything Everywhere and Vodafone is likely to be delayed by European competition regulators. Article

And finally... Google Earth reunites son with mother. Article

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