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> Ron Resnick stepped down as president of the WiMAX Forum. Release

> Here is a map of the spectrum AT&T Mobility is giving to T-Mobile USA as part of its breakup fee. Article

> Will AT&T launch the Nokia Lumia 900 for $100 in March? Article

> The latest iPhone rumors have the next iPhone pegged for a summer launch. Article

> Motorola Mobility hit Apple with another patent lawsuit. Article

> The world's first commercial white space network is launching North Carolina. Article

> Hewlett-Packard said the first open source version of webOS will come in September. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google raked in 51.7 percent of U.S. mobile ad revenues in 2011, translating to about $750 million, according to a new eMarketer report. Article 

> Mobile commerce solutions provider ShopSavvy introduced SavvyListings, a Craigslist-like mobile marketplace enabling consumers to sell products directly from their smartphones. Article

> 955 Dreams, the startup responsible for hit iOS applications including Band of the Day, closed a $3.25 million seed round led by accelerator program 500 Startups and venture firm m8 Capital. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> With Windows 8 connection manager, Microsoft shows it gets mobile. Commentary

> The travails of wireless backhaul provider FiberTower are continuing, as the company acknowledged it had received a delisting notice from Nasdaq. Article

> Celeno Communications is looking to land its Wi-Fi technology in consumer living rooms after inking a deal to supply Wi-Fi solutions for Amino Communications' IPTV set-top boxes. Article

European Wireless News

> Telefónica and KPN have both initiated discussions to merge their respective German mobile businesses E-Plus, and O2 Germany, but no concrete offers have been made on either side. Article

> Italy's leading mobile operators selected CommScope to supply and install a cellular network to provide 2G/3G coverage across Rome's Metro network by the end of this year. Article

> The UMTS Forum will request at the forthcoming World Radiocommunication Conference that additional spectrum be urgently identified and allocated to support the projected growth in mobile data. Article

And finally... Nokia sold a former factory in Romania to Italian appliance maker De'Longhi. Article