Palm loses another designer; Hulu eyes iPad

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> Alcatel-Lucent and Telefónica said they successfully performed an LTE call in Latin America using the 700 MHz frequency band. Release

> Another Palm designer, this one behind the webOS notification system, has defected to Apple in the wake of Hewlett-Packard's acquisition of Palm. Article

> Motorola said it will increase the amount of outstanding debt it will buy back to $500 million. Article

Mobile Content News

> TV website Hulu is eyeing the Apple iPad, according to a Reuters report. Article

> Apple's latest legalese appears to ban Google's AdMob ad-serving service from the iPhone. Article

> A nationwide mobile DTV effort named Fox Networks and NBC Universal executives as co-general managers. Article

> Mobile advertising solutions provider Jumptap announced the introduction of new video formats to its premium mobile ad network. Article

Developer News

> Samsung is inviting developers to explore its new Samsung Apps effort. Post

> Nokia redesigned its Forum Nokia website for developers. Post

European Wireless News

> Ericsson tested TD-LTE technology in Ireland. Article

> And finally... Qualcomm is facing a battle over the term "smartbook." Release

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