Samsung Galaxy Note headed to AT&T; Verizon network falls in Montana, Wyoming

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> Verizon Wireless service was down in parts of Montana and Wyoming briefly. Article

> The Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T Mobility has been confirmed. Article

> A Sprint Nextel webpage confirms the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with LTE for Sprint. Article. That page also confirms the LG Viper for Sprint. Article

> A Microsoft executive acknowledged that Windows Phone was a response to the introduction of the iPhone. Article

> Acer introduced its new AcerCloud cloud synch service. Article

> The Dyle mobile TV service from Mobile Content Venture, bound for MetroPCS and others, appeared at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Article

> Lenovo will sell the Smartphone S2 in international markets. Article

> Belkin said it will make accessories for the Dyle mobile TV service from Mobile Content Venture. Article

>  The HTC Hero and the Motorola Electrify generated the highest ownership satisfaction scores among new owners, according to a new survey from Mobile Posse. Release

> The LG Spectrum for Verizon Wireless is now official. Article

> Huawei announced the new, super-thin Ascend P1 S. Article

Mobile Content News

> Research In Motion unveiled version 7.1 of its BlackBerry smartphone operating system. Article

> Less than a year after Leap Wireless' prepaid Cricket Communications unit launched its foray into digital music, Muve Music has surpassed 500,000 users. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Smith Micro announced that Sprint Nextel has tapped its Mobile Network Director solution to support more efficient traffic management between 3G mobile and Wi-Fi networks. Article

> Microsoft is continuing its work in white spaces with its new WiFi-NC technology. Article

European Wireless News

> O2 UK said it has started installing Wi-Fi access points in London that will lead to the largest free Wi-Fi network in Europe. Article

> A potential merger between Vodafone and Verizon Communications' wireless and enterprise assets could be coming, according to a new research report from analysts at Goldman Sachs. Article

And finally... Surprise! AT&T's network is good. Article

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