RIM's BlackBerry drops below 10% share; AT&T tests text-to-911

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> AT&T Mobility is testing a text-to-911 service in Tennessee. Article

> Qualcomm laid out some of its regulatory priorities, which include securing licenses for 3.5 GHz spectrum for small cells. Post

> Consumer demand for Research In Motion's BlackBerry continues to erode: The mobile operating system now powers less than 10 percent of all smartphones across the U.S., according to new data from research firm comScore. Article

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> Marvel is preparing to release a new Avengers Initiative game for Android and iOS. Article

> Good Technology purchased mobile security firm Copium. Article

> French game publisher Gameloft is putting its research and development efforts into mobile and will launch 20 more mobile games this year. Article

And finally… Sony Mobile Communications detailed its new Xperia ad. Video

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