Sony Ericsson's Vivaz may be for AT&T; U.S. Cellular sidles up to Android

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> All signs point to the Sony Ericsson Vivaz heading to AT&T Mobility. Article

> Clearwire's mobile WiMAX network appears poised to launch in Los Angeles. Article

> Texas Instruments showed off its Blaze tablet device. Article

> Siemens may sell its share of Nokia Siemens Networks at some point. Article

> Research In Motion may open operations in North Carolina. Article

> U.S. Cellular laid out plans to sell a range of high-end devices, including Android powered gadgets from HTC, Samsung and LG. Release

> Motorola hired a new head of human resources for its mobile devices and home business. Article

> Nokia's Charles Davies, previously head of strategy and architecture for the company's research and development efforts, has left Nokia for a position at TomTom. Article

> ZTE is reportedly funding a CDMA network buildout in Canada. Article

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> Nokia is expanding its focus on applications in an effort to stem Apple's challenges. Article

> Retailers are eschewing mobile-optimized sites. Article

> Sports media giant ESPN continues to post record-setting ratings across multiple platforms. Article

> Mobile gaming kingpin EA Mobile launched NCAA Football, its first title optimized for Apple's new iPhone 4. Article

And finally... It sounds like a joke but it's not: Steve Jobs gave Russian President Demetri Medvedev an iPhone 4. Article

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