Samsung to add iPhone 5 to Apple lawsuit; T-Mobile's Galaxy S III users to get 'The Avengers'

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> Samsung Electronics said it will add the iPhone 5 to its lawsuit against Apple. Article

> AT&T Mobility is looking to purchase WCS spectrum in San Diego. Article

> Verizon Wireless lit up additional LTE markets. Article

> HTC is offering cash for old phones. Article

> T-Mobile USA is offering a copy of "The Avengers" to those who purchase Samsung's Galaxy S III. Article

> Sprint Nextel said its Virgin Mobile users shouldn't worry about their accounts getting hijacked. Article

> Research In Motion's former co-CEO, Mike Lazaridis, invested $100 million into a nano-technology research lab. Article

> IDC raised its sales forecasts for tablets worldwide. Release

> RIM updated its BlackBerry Mobile Fusion software. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple is poised to generate close to $5 billion in App Store revenues in 2012, galvanized by new iOS features like Maps and Passbook, according to a new IHS Screen Digest forecast. Article

> Groupon is rolling out a new mobile payments processing platform that promises lower merchant costs than rival efforts from Square and PayPal. Article

> Apple's new iOS 6 reportedly fixes an SMS security flaw discovered in the previous version of the mobile operating system. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Maybe AT&T could monetize FaceTime. Editor's Corner

> The Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida last month featured a public-safety milestone: the first private, interoperable, multivendor 700 MHz public-safety LTE network. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is under increasing pressure to turn the company around at a faster pace.  Article

> City authorities in Paris agreed to a deal with France's four mobile operators on the installation of LTE antennas, which will allow the carriers to deploy LTE service in the French capital. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent secured a contract to upgrade VimpelCom's mobile broadband and business services network in Russia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. Article

And finally… GPS shoes will help you find your way home. Article

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