Nvidia gets Icera onto AT&T's LTE; Yahoo intros new mobile browser

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> Alcatel-Lucent CEO Ben Verwaayen said Silicon Valley is the place to be. Article

> Nvidia said its Icera modem has been certified for AT&T Mobility's LTE network. Release

> AT&T detailed the next phase of its "Rethink Possible" ad campaign. Post

> Bharti Airtel will acquire an interest in Qualcomm Asia Pacific's Indian BWA entities. Release

Mobile Content News

> Yahoo introduced a new mobile browser. Article

> Google and Oracle's drawn out battle over alleged patent infringement finally reached a jury decision: the jury found that Google did not infringe on Oracle's patents with its Android operating system. Article

> Android and iOS made up more than 80 percent of the global smartphone market in the first quarter of 2012, according to research firm IDC. Release

> Google introduced a redesigned search app for the iPhone. Article

> Huawei has asked European Union officials to intervene in its patent dispute with InterDigital. Article

> The NFL turned to mobile to revolutionize the stadium experience. Editor's Corner

Broadband Wireless News

> The Cloud is adding pub chain company Greene King to its list of partners, which will enlarge The Cloud's Wi-Fi network with 2,400 more venues. Article

> Movik unveiled its intelligent radio access network architecture as well as what it is calling a 3G/4G/LTE real-time correlation solution for RAN traffic management. Article

> Voice over LTE is keeping providers of IP Multimedia Systems very busy, according to separate reports from research firms Infonetics and Exact Ventures. Article

European Wireless News

> Mobile commerce uptake in the UK has quadrupled in the last two years. Article

> Operators in southern Europe will be unable to afford the huge investment costs associated with LTE unless the current network business model is fundamentally changed, according to an Orange executive. Article

> Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao used the reporting of the operator's full-year results to quietly outline the company's direction for the next three years. Article

And finally... Nokia Siemens Networks pointed out the similarities between one of its brochures and one of Huawei's brochures. Post