Samsung's Galaxy S III delayed at Sprint, AT&T; Verizon brings LTE to 300 markets

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@FierceWireless: AT&T says their Galaxy S III shipments are also delayed. Preorders expected today will now arrive by 6/25. Customers will get SMS/email.--PG | [email protected]

> Tweakker announced a while-label cloud connectivity service for roaming MVNOs. Release

> Verizon Wireless now offers LTE in 300 markets. Release

> Sprint delayed the release of its Samsung Galaxy S III. Article

> A judge questioned Apple about its request for an injunction on products from Google's Motorola Mobility. Article

> A Dutch court ruled in favor of Samsung in a patent-infringement case against Apple. Article

> Microsoft has declined a patent settlement with Google's Motorola Mobility. Article

Mobile Content News

> Oracle's legal team has requested that Google pay no statutory damages related to Oracle-owned Java API packages included in the Android mobile operating system. Article

> Facebook is extending its signature 'Like' button to third-party mobile applications, making it easier for users to share app content. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Refarmed spectrum is an opportunity and a threat. Industry Voices

> Japanese chip company Renesas Mobile is reportedly being eyed for sale by its parent Renesas Electronics. Article

European Wireless News

> The vision for LTE in 2020. Industry  Voices

> KPN may implement a so-called "poison pill" defence to wreck the bid by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim for up to 27.7 per cent of the Dutch telecoms operator. Article

> Huawei denied that it is engaged in any business practices that are contrary to European Union trade regulations. Article

And finally… Augmented reality gets a grip. Article

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