Nokia's pink Lumia 900 headed to AT&T; Galaxy Nexus returns to Google Play

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> Nokia announced a pink Lumia 900 for AT&T Mobility. Article

> The ITU will hold a hearing on how to address increasing patent litigation in the mobile industry. Article

> The nation's wireless carriers are seeing an increasing number of requests for location information by public safety agencies. Article

> A United Kingdom court ruled in favor of Samsung's GalaxyTab tablet. Article

> Samsung's Galaxy Nexus has returned to Google's Play storefront. Article

> AT&T Mobility is reportedly preparing to launch a stolen phone service. Article

> Samsung will reportedly build a Windows 8 tablet running Qualcomm chips. Article

> Apple might no longer be able to sell into the government. Article

Mobile Content News

> Augme Technologies' Hipcricket mobile advertising subsidiary completed more than 27,000 campaigns in the quarter ending May 31. Article

> LG Electronics is rolling out QuickMemo, a stylus-free drawing and editing tool enabling Android smartphone users to personalize messages and share comments with a swipe of their finger. Article

> BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook tablet users have now downloaded more than 3 billion applications from Research In Motion's BlackBerry App World, the beleaguered device maker announced.  Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Shipments of femtocells are flatlining, with operators sitting on stacks of inventory that are slow to budge, according to a study from ABI Research. Article

> Researchers are working on an algorithm designed to let hundreds of different vehicles use Wi-Fi to aggregate data and then send it over the Internet via a single cellular connection. Article

European Wireless News

> Now that it owns 27.7 percent of KPN, América Móvil is likely to push for KPN to sharply curtail its strategy of giving generous dividend payments to shareholders. Article

> Telefónica's Digital unit set an ambitious revenue target of €5 billion by 2015 as it revealed a new strategy to include high-level partnerships, operator billing and mobile advertising. Article

And finally… Samsung is focusing on sharing with its new Galaxy S III ads. Article

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