Sprint loses bid to share documents on AT&T/T-Mobile; RIM reportedly delays PlayBook software update

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> Virgin Mobile's payLo service will sell the Samsung M575. Release

> AT&T Mobility gained in a new survey of customer service, while Sprint Nextel declined. Release

> Sprint Nextel and the Justice Department lost in their bid to share confidential documents related to AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Sequans Communications reported revenues in line with guidance. Release

> Research In Motion will reportedly release its PlayBook 2.0 software early next year, a delay of several months from previous plans. Article

> Hewlett-Packard's webOS proponent Richard Kerris left the company, HP confirmed. Article

> China Mobile said it will get the iPhone, but it's not sure when. Article

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> Hewlett-Packard announced mobile app services for businesses. Article

> Mobile market research firm Research2Guidance found that 37 percent of applications published in Google's Android Market application storefront were later removed for various reasons. Article

> Google could launch its long-in-the-works digital music storefront within the next two weeks, taking on established rivals Apple and Amazon.com. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Android app downloads eclipsed iOS in the second quarter. Editor's Corner

> Mobile advertising network Millennial Media has released versions 4.5 of its SDKs for Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Article

> Microsoft is rolling out its App Hub developer website to China. Article

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