RIM attacks Apple over nano-SIM standard; LG's Optimus Elite reportedly bound for Sprint

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@FierceWireless: RT @verge: HP's webOS CTO Sam Greenblatt is out, no word on replacement. Article | [email protected]

> Page Plus Cellular increased its data allotment from 20 MB to 100 MB. Article

> According to new research, shipments of small cells for LTE networks will surpass shipments of macro base stations starting in 2014. Article

> Research In Motion blasted Apple's tactics in the battle over the nano-SIM standard. Article. A vote on the standard has been delayed. Article

> The House voted to limit the FCC's ability to make rules and set conditions on mergers. Article

> According to ABI Research, smartphone shipments will eclipse all other handset shipments combined by 2016. Release

> A Nokia Siemens executive said the industry will reach $1 a day for a GB of data by 2020. Article

> Nokia plans to ape Microsoft's "smoked by Windows Phone" campaign. Article

> The FCC turned over to Congress files relating to LightSquared. Article

> Apple said it will work with Foxconn to tackle violations of wage and working conditions in China. Article

> LG appears to be preparing the Optimus Elite for Sprint Nextel and Virgin Mobile. Article

Mobile Content News

> Amazon.com unveiled version 2.3 of its Amazon Appstore for Android, raising the maximum application download size over a mobile connection from 20 MB to 50 MB. Article

> HTC is rolling out an updated version of its free Locations mapping application for Microsoft's Windows Phone. Article

> The Rural Cellular Association has developed a white-label Android app store that its members can brand and offer to their customers. Article

And finally... iPhone users are filing class action lawsuits against Apple over troubles with Siri. Article