T-Mobile could sell Samsung Exhibit 4G; Microsoft's Mango to serve up SMS dictation

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> AT&T Mobility plans to redesign its website. Post

> Nvidia plans to purchase Icera for $367 million. Article

> Samsung said it recorded 3 million pre-orders for its Galaxy S II smartphone. Article

> The "Mango" version of Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform reportedly will feature SMS dictation, among other features. Article

> NXP said up to 100 million NFC-capable mobile phones will ship this year. Article

> T-Mobile USA will reportedly sell the Samsung Exhibit 4G. Article

Mobile Content News

> Mobile payment solutions provider Tabbedout secured $3.7 million in additional funding. Article

> Visa and Gap are teaming for SMS discounts. Article

> Access Industries has agreed to acquire Warner Music Group in an all-cash buyout totaling $3.3 billion. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Microwave backhaul vendor DragonWave saw its net income and revenue decrease for the full fiscal year 2011 as the company continues to look for more opportunities outside of Clearwire. Article

> Wireless backhaul services provider FiberTower reported year-over-year revenue growth of 23 percent. Article

> Skyhook Wireless won its first round in its lawsuit against Google. Article

European Wireless News

> The bombed-out share price of Cable & Wireless Worldwide could attract bids from larger mobile operators wanting to offload their surging data traffic to the struggling company's extensive fiber network. Article

> The European Payments Council released new draft guidelines that ask the mobile and financial services communities to consider alternatives to the SIM card for providing contactless payment security. Article

> Nokia suffered further humiliation as IDC announced that in the first quarter of 2011 that Samsung became the leading supplier of cell phones in Western Europe. Article

And finally... Chinese fight over iPad 2. Literally. Article

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