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> Sprint Nextel will sell the Sanyo Vero by Kyocera. Article

> Sony Ericsson said it will slightly delay the rollout of Android 2.1 to its Xperia range of phones. Post

> A Clearwire executive said the WiMAX carrier is "setting the pace for everyone else." Article

> Qualcomm is developing a short-range wireless technology called Peanut. Article

> Lawmakers are evaluating a net neutrality compromise. Article

> New ChangeWave numbers show Android's growth. Article

> Could a new Nokia developer program portend the introduction of the Nokia N8 by AT&T? Article

> Sony Ericsson has a "big surprise" coming soon. Article

Mobile Content News

> Online retail giant Amazon.com introduced an updated version of its free Kindle ereader application for Android smartphones. Article

> Location-based solutions provider Geodelic introduced GeoGuides. Article

> Verizon Wireless introduced a Subscriptions API to V Cast Apps. Article

> NBC is unlikely to partner with Apple on the computing giant's new iTunes TV episode rental service. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Two U.S. lawmakers asked FCC to allow smart-grid devices to have a place on white spaces. Article

> Juniper Research estimates LTE-enabled netbooks and tablets will account for one fifth of the market by 2015. Article

> JetBlue Airways made a deal with ViaSat to bring high-speed Ka-band satellite-based inflight Internet access to its fleet of 160 aircraft. Article

European Wireless News

> The European Union outlined a proposal for harmonizing digital dividend spectrum and releasing greater capacity for mobile broadband. Article

> A1 Telekom Austria says it plans to be the first operator to launch LTE services in the country. Article

> Vodafone Spain continues to lose customers. Article

> The sale of Vodafone's 45 percent shareholding in SFR to Vivendi is no longer a question of if, but when, according to market watchers close to the negotiations. Article

> How should Stephen Elop rebuild Nokia? Commentary

Mobile Developer News

> Verizon Wireless launched Mobile Web Open Snacks and Mobile Web Developer Toolkit. Article

> Verizon released new APIs for location services. Article

And finally... A 13-year-old won $50,000 for fast texting. Article

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