Samsung posts teaser video of Nexus Prime; LTE iPhone coming next year?

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> Two senators introduced a bill that would ban wireless carriers from using contract clauses that strip users of rights to sue in court. Article

> Forward Concepts analyst Will Strauss said a  branded iPhone 5 will come with LTE next year. Article

> LightSquared and Openet partnered on real-time subscriber controls. Release

> LightSquared signed a wholesale agreement that will enable CareConnect to deliver high-speed mobile data services to seniors. Release

> Is this T-Mobile USA's fall device roadmap? Article

> Samsung posted a teaser video of its next Android phone, the Nexus Prime. Article

> Wireless networking company Ubiquiti Networks plans to sell its shares for $20 to $22 apiece in an initial public offering. Article

> Android's Gingerbread version now has 38.2 percent Android device market share. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple's iPad tablet yields 75 percent of all tablet traffic across the Jumptap mobile advertising network, far ahead of tablets running Google's Android mobile operating system (20 percent) and HP's in-limbo webOS (4 percent), according to Jumptap's MobileSTAT Report for August 2011. Article

> While most mobile subscribers believe location-based coupons are convenient and useful, most state they would prefer to receive offers and discounts via email, with almost half expressing privacy concerns over geo-targeted promotions, according to a new consumer survey conducted by Prosper Mobile Insights. Article

> Mobile and social app analytics firm Claritics is expanding its Social Intelligence Suite to include support for the HTML5 web standard, enabling developers to rapidly adjust iOS, Android and Facebook campaigns, application features and targeted content based on real-time data. Article

And finally... Apple's Siri service may be lost in translation in Japan, where it could be confused with "Shiri," a colloquial term for "buttocks." Article