Sprint to sell Samsung Transform Ultra; Verizon eyes micro SIMs for LTE

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@FierceMobiCo: @googlevoice returns to Apple's App Store after bug fix. Article | [email protected]

> The co-founder of Siri has reportedly left Apple. Article

> Motorola Solution is trumpeting its LTE offerings for public safety. Release

> Sprint Nextel will sell the Samsung Transform Ultra. Article

> LightSquared inked a deal with Brightstar for supply chain services. Release

> AT&T, Sprint Nextel and others are heading to court today over AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Verizon Wireless is supporting micro SIM cards for LTE. Article

> LightSquared is boosting its lobbying roster. Article

> MetroPCS inked a deal with USA Basketball. Release

> The FCC has sent warnings to 20 companies to stop selling cell phone jamming equipment. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nokia said its mapping web app for Android and iOS gadgets will support off-line use. Article

> Square's credit card reader for mobile phones will be sold in Walmart. Article

> Research In Motion's former developer chief Tyler Lessard is now at Fixmo. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Huawei commenced a trial of TD-LTE equipment designed to operate in white-spaces spectrum. Article

> In a move that signals Sprint Nextel's de-emphasis on Clearwire's WiMAX network, the operator has notified customers that it will no longer offer mobile broadband plans with unlimited access to the WiMAX network starting in November. Article

European Wireless News

> 3UK has become the first U.K. operator to agree a deal with the UK TV broadcaster ITV that will enable the operator's smartphone users to watch TV shows. Article

> Research into the link between cell phones and cancer has run its course. Editor's Corner

> Hutchison Whampoa's 3 Austria reportedly is in final negotiations with France Telecom to acquire Orange Austria. Article

And finally... The iPhone used to film "The Avengers?" Not so fast. Article

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