T-Mobile calls for oversight on IP transition; Verizon deploys DAS in San Fran

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> T-Mobile USA is asking for FCC oversight of the industry's transition to IP network technology. Post

> A court rejected a shareholder lawsuit against BlackBerry. Article

> T-Mobile's Nokia Lumia 810 won't have the LTE radio turned on. Article

> BlackBerry 7 could be used to target emerging markets. Article

> BlackBerry's Mike Lazaridis won't sell his shares in the company. Article

> Leaks continued to spill on Motorola's rumored X Phone. Article

> Verizon Wireless deployed a distributed antenna system in San Francisco. Article

> ZTE won a court victory against Huawei. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nuance Communications unveiled Voice Ads, a new mobile advertising format enabling consumers to interact directly with campaigns by speaking into their smartphones. Article

> Just in time for the beginning of the 2013 Major League Baseball regular season, BlackBerry is rolling out the popular MLB.com At Bat application to its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> NewCore Wireless said it activated an Ericsson network switch, which will provide LTE services for rural mobile operators in Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Wisconsin. Article

> Centri Technology, which rolled out its mobile network management and optimization platform in February, is working with two mobile operators--one each in North America and in Europe--on early trials of its technology, according to a top company executive. Article

> The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) is still working to create a draft framework for a 700 MHz spectrum lease agreement that would allow seven public-safety projects across the country to resume LTE network deployments. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia has seen a demand from the Indian tax authorities suspended by a local court after being ordered to pay $383 million within 30 days for failing to properly pay taxes. Article

> Telekom Austria is introducing higher-priced mobile data tariffs with the view that the growing demand for data will enable it to reverse declining ARPUs. Article

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