Sony brings Xperia Tipo to U.S.; AT&T to sell 3 new Samsung smartphones

Quick news from around the Web.

@FierceWireless: Nokia sets rollout for new Lumia phones. Article | [email protected]

> Novatel Wireless announced the MiFi 2. Release

> AT&T Mobility announced it will sell three new smartphones from Samsung (the Galaxy Express, Galaxy Rugby Pro and Galaxy Note II) and one new tablet (the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1). Release

> Samsung said it will announce "the next big thing" on Oct. 24. Article

> Sharp said it is making "adequate volumes" of the screen for the iPhone 5. Article

> Apple continues to sell the iPhone 5 in additional countries, despite tight supplies. Article

> Alvarion completed the BuNGee project, which it said is intended to "dramatically improve the overall infrastructure capacity density of the mobile network by tenfold, and at the same time, at a commercially viable cost." Release

> Sony Mobile Communications is selling the dual-SIM Xperia Tipo in the United States. Article

> The ZTE Engage will be available in Leap Wireless' Cricket stores starting Oct. 2. Article

> Samsung said it inked a "strategic relationship" with STMicroelectronics for 32/28nm chip technology. Release

> LG announced the Optimus Vu 2. Article

Mobile Content News

> Moo said it will sell NFC-capable business cards. Article

> Nielsen said it teamed with the Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement for mobile TV measurement. Article

> Amazon is reportedly working on a mobile payments reader that would pit the digital commerce giant against services like Square and PayPal Here. Article

> Facebook is rolling out Gifts, a new service enabling users to purchase and send real-world items to their social network contacts. Article

And finally… Rovio's Bad Piggies reached the top of the App Store in three hours. Article

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