T-Mobile details HSPA+ 42 rollout; Nokia warns of handset shortages

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> T-Mobile USA announced the cities it will first launch with HSPA+ 42 Mbps network technology, which include Las Vegas, New York and Orlando. Release

> T-Mobile and LG announced the release of the high-end G2x Android smartphone. Release

> T-Mobile also announced it will sell the Symbian-powered Nokia Astound smartphone. Article

> Microsoft filed suit against Barnes & Noble for its Android-powered nook ereader. Article

> The HTC Evo 3D and Evo View 4G tablet popped up on Sprint Nextel's website. Article

> AT&T likely will be forced to divest assets in order to secure its acquisition of T-Mobile. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks announced its new Liquid Radio network architecture. Article (sub. req.)

> Apple, Nokia and others have been targeted in a new camera patent lawsuit. Article

> Nokia warned it will see shortages of some phones due to the disaster in Japan. Article

Mobile Content News

> Opera Software introduced the latest editions of its Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers. Article

> Fifty-eight percent of mobile application users access their device's apps more than once a day, according to a new global consumer survey commissioned by cross-platform applications storefront GetJar. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Kyocera announced an Android developer program. Article

> What does the proposed AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile USA mean for developers? Commentary

And finally... Apple targeted Amazon's app store with a trademark infringement claim. Article

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