RadioShack offers 'remanufactured' iPhones; Broadcom introduces new 802.11ac chip

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> AT&T Mobility said during the San Diego Comic Con it set a new data usage record for its network of more than 4,960 GB sent across its network during the five days of the event. Post

> Broadcom introduced a new combo chipset for smartphones and tablets that uses 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Release

> The FCC approved AT&T's purchase of Neatt spectrum. Article

> ARM Holdings beat financial expectations for the second quarter. Article

> Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro showed blazing speeds in tests. Article

> Alliacense filed patent-infringement lawsuits against a number of smartphone markers. Article

> Local search has disappeared from international versions of Samsung's Galaxy S III. Article

> RadioShack is selling "remanufactured" iPhones. Article

Mobile Content News

> The average number of mobile applications downloaded each year by consumers is set to fall in the years ahead as markets mature and the mobile web evolves, ABI Research forecasts. Article

> Big Fish unveiled a cloud-based gaming service enabling subscribers to access more than 100 HTML5-based casual titles via devices including smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected televisions. Article

> Half of mobile gamers in the U.S. and U.K. favor their smartphone or tablet as their primary home gaming platform, according to a new survey conducted by research firm Information Solutions Group on behalf of Electronic Arts' PopCap Games division. Article

And finally…London nixed 3G hotspots during the Olympics. Article