SoftBank is reportedly moving to block Dish's ability to raise cash; Infinite Convergence Solutions joined CTIA

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> InfoSonics announced its new verykool RS75 rugged smartphone. Release

> Cellcom said it will sell the Samsung Galaxy S4. Release

> T-Mobile US will increase the down-payment price of its iPhone 5 from $99 to $149. Article

> SoftBank is reportedly asking banks not to finance Dish Network's bid for Sprint Nextel. Article

> Clearwire mailed a letter to stockholders urging them to vote for its proposed transaction with Sprint Nextel. Release

> The FCC showed off a mystery Motorola Mobility device for AT&T Mobility. Article

> New York's attorney general is looking at ways to curtail the theft of Apple and Google devices. Article

> The Pentagon is poised to approve use of iPhones and iPad by workers. Article

> Sharp is hoping to expand display sales to Samsung. Article

> Pegatron is threatening Foxconn's business in China. Article

> Infinite Convergence Solutions, a next-generation wireless messaging and mobility solutions provider for carriers and enterprises, announced its membership in CTIA. Release

Mobile Content News

> Amazon launched Coins, a new virtual currency designed to drive purchases from its Appstore for Android. Article

> Walt Disney Company-owned ABC is poised to begin streaming primetime and local programming to mobile subscribers in select U.S. markets, becoming the first major American broadcaster to simulcast live content to connected devices. Article

> Google is expanding its Android gaming efforts, introducing a series of multiplayer and social features to rival Apple's Game Center platform for iOS, Android Police reports. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> For the First Responders Network Authority (FirstNet) to achieve success in building the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN), it must meet the mission-critical needs of public safety, remain financially viable and ensure state and local buy-in for the network, according to Dennis Martinez, CTO of Harris' RF communications division, who helped craft the NPSBN's interoperability requirements. Article

> Indoor-positioning technologies that can be used by retail establishments and other businesses to track and market to consumers are attracting growing scrutiny, as evidenced by a letter sent from Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) to Euclid, which markets Wi-Fi-generated shopper analytics. Article

European Wireless News

> France Telecom's Orange Spain said it will launch commercial LTE services in six cities on July 8, which means that the operator would just beat rival Yoigo to market after the TeliaSonera subsidiary earlier said it would launch LTE on July 18. Article

> T-Mobile Netherlands said it is investing "hundreds of millions of euros" in the further development of its network, and is spending some of the money on a multi-year deal with Chinese equipment vendor Huawei. Article

> Kuwaiti mobile operator Zain said its first-quarter net profits fell by 27 percent, and blamed a steep devaluation in the Sudanese pound and loss-making unit Zain Saudi for the decline. Article

And finally… A mobile phone saved two people stranded in a canoe. Article