Samsung denies Galaxy S IV launch reports; MVNO Voyager offers unlimited wireless on Sprint's LTE

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> AT&T Mobility opened registrations for its Enhanced Push-To-Talk service. Release

> The Small Cell Forum appointed Gordon Mansfield, the executive director of small cell solutions and RAN Delivery at AT&T Mobility, as its new Chairman. The group also named Graham Wright as its new full-time CEO. Release

> T-Mobile USA selected Aircom for its LTE network planning. Release

> MVNO Voyager Mobile announced it will offer unlimited wireless plans starting at $17 per month plus tax on Sprint Nextel's LTE network. Release

> Ospreys are putting a damper on Sprint's LTE network buildout. Article (sub. req.)

> ZTE could be planning Windows Phone 8 smartphones. Article

> JetBlue will offer free in-flight Wi-Fi starting next year. Article

> Samsung denied reports that it will launch its Galaxy S IV early next year. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nokia confirmed Amazon licensed its location platform for maps and geocoding. Article

> Google acquired the makers of the iOS app Snapseed. Article

> MasterCard released a new mobile payment software development kit enabling card issuers, network operators, merchants and third-party developers to build Android and BlackBerry applications integrating its PayPass contactless payment technology. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Developers need to raise their game. Editor's Corner

> What are the myths about HTML5? Industry Voices

And finally… Apple's Jony Ive will design a limited edition Leica camera for charity. Article

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