Palm settles shareholder lawsuit; T-Mobile USA now rumored for iPhone

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@FierceWireless: Apple iPhone 4 hits FCC, rocks 5 3G bands. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Apple's iPhone could head to T-Mobile USA this fall, according to one financial analyst. Article

> U.S. Cellular's first Android phone appears to have broken cover. Article

> The Wall Street Journal checks out Samsung's new chip manufacturing plant in Austin, Texas. Article

> Research firm iSuppli purchased Screen Digest. Article

> Rumors point to free phones on Father's Day from T-Mobile USA. Post

> Palm settled a lawsuit brought against the company by shareholders unhappy with the terms of Hewlett-Packard's proposed acquisition of the company. Article

Mobile Content News

> Federal antitrust regulators reportedly plan to investigate whether Apple's fledgling iAd mobile advertising network unfairly restricts rivals. Article

> Mobile video advertising solutions provider Transpera appointed Greg Ballard as CEO. Article

> Mobile entertainment provider Zed will power U.S. Cellular's content storefront. Article

> Chinese search engine Baidu is targeting mobile in a big way. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> PCMag.com puts AT&T Mobility's speeds at the top. Article

> The Global mobile Suppliers Association confirmed 110 operators in 48 countries are currently investing in LTE networks. Article

> Japan's NTT DoCoMo said it began operation of its LTE network in the Tokyo area. Article

European Wireless News

> Two European-based developers of femtocell technology have announced design enhancements that promise to enable femtocells to support many more simultaneous calls. Article

> Italy's second largest operator, Wind, has awarded Huawei a deal to develop and deploy HSPA+ and LTE networks. Article

> Industry analysts are beginning to question the viability of KPN's German mobile subsidiary, E-Plus. Article

> Having had the opportunity to measure LTE in commercial operation, TeliaSonera believes that lower latency, not data throughput, most impresses consumers. Article

> And finally... Samsung: The screen on the iPhone 4 "cannot catch up with AM-OLED display technology." Post