Sony intros Xperia Z Ultra; Huawei's Prism 2 bound for T-Mobile

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@FierceWireless: RT@kfitchard: AT&T adds two internet of things innovation centers. Article via @gigastacey | [email protected]

> Allot Communications said it has scored orders from "three of the world's top ten telecommunication operators" to aid in LTE network rollouts. Release

> Samsung is reportedly in talks to settle its legal battle with Apple in Europe. Article. Meantime, Apple lost an appeal against Samsung in Japan over patent infringement. Article

> Sony released its new Xperia Z Ultra. Article. The company also released its new SmartWatch 2. Article

> Max Pogliani  will replace Perry Oosting as Vertu's CEO. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks said it achieved 56 Mbps speeds throughput in a TD-LTE network using its commercial 4G base station with multiple antenna technology and a single 20 MHz carrier. Release

> T-Mobile US will soon sell the Huawei Prism 2 smartphone. Article

> Intel invested in a startup called E la Carte, which makes tablets for people to use in restaurants. Article

Mobile Content News

> Two weeks after Apple launched the first beta version of its new iOS 7 mobile operating system, the company released beta version 2, which brings support for both the regular iPad tablet and its Mini counterpart. The first beta supported only the iPhone and iPod touch. Article

> Wells Fargo is offering SMS receipts at ATMs. Article

> Microsoft is licensing its Age of Empires real-time strategy game franchise for release across mobile devices running Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Article

> BlackBerry is bringing to a close a series of Port-A-Thon events designed to foster developer interest in its BlackBerry 10 operating system, halting payment rewards for developers who port their mobile applications to the platform. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Don't blame Apple if you become a one-app-wonder. Editor's Corner

> The most common negative feelings Americans go through when an app or site doesn't load is annoyance, at 75 percent. Article

And finally… Huawei's CEO said the Samsung Galaxy S4 is a "so-so" phone. Article

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