RIM scores win in battle with Mformation; HTC reportedly planning Sept. Windows Phone 8 launch

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@FierceWireless: Solid read I just got around to. Seven Inches, Four Months, A Number One Sales Target: How Asus Built The Nexus 7. Article | [email protected]

> Samsung said there is nothing noteworthy about its document comparing the iPhone to its Galaxy smartphone. Article

> Samsung said it will investigate claims of child workers in its factories. Article

> A judge ruled in favor of Research In Motion in its patent case with Mformation. Article

> The Department of Homeland Security is looking at technology that would synchronize public safety communications nationwide. Article

> HTC is rumored to be planning a September launch of Windows Phone 8 gadgets. Article

> According to ABI Research, around 20 percent of all smartphones sold at the end of this year will include facial recognition technology. Article

Mobile Content News

> A new version of the Google Search app for iOS is set to offer voice-based answers. Article

> Square and Starbucks are taking mobile payments mainstream. Editor's Corner

> Zynga Chief Operating Officer John Schappert has resigned one week after the firm stripped him of his responsibilities as head of social gaming development. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> MetroPCS' VoLTE launch is just the tip of the iceberg. Article

> The network, handsets and business justification for voice over LTE and Rich Communication Suite services are quickly coming together, and the world's major mobile operators will be aligned on voice over LTE and Rich Communication Suite in just a couple of years, predicts an Alcatel-Lucent executive. Article

European Wireless News

> European SMS usage and revenues are slowing. Industry Voices

> Deutsche Telekom launched the M2M Developer Community in a bid to tap into the expected growth in machine-to-machine communications and provide an enabling platform for M2M connections in a push to connect he so-called "Internet of Things." Article

And finally…PrepaYd Wireless said it is actually not merging with Zapp Unlimited. Release