T-Mobile details myTouch Slide 4G; Sprint targets enterprises with WiMAX

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> T-Mobile USA announced additional HSPA+ deployments. Article

> Sprint Nextel is pitching WiMAX as a replacement for T1 lines for businesses. Article

> Ericsson demonstrated LTE-Advanced technology. Release

> Ericsson is moving in to former Nortel offices. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks and Juniper Network won network deals with Italy's FastWeb. Article (sub. req.)

> T-Mobile offered details on its forthcoming myTouch Slide 4G phone. Page

Mobile Content News

> Apple's iOS 5 could hamper jailbreaking efforts. Article

> AOL Music will re-launch its AOL Radio service later this summer, replacing longtime partner CBS Radio with Slacker Inc. Article

> Facebook unveiled version 1.6 of its mobile social networking application for Android devices. Article

> Intuit agreed to acquire the assets of mobile web banking platform Mobile Money Ventures. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers said it is unlikely to start an investment fund targeting Google's Android mobile operating system. Article

> Why are developers moving away from BlackBerry? Commentary

> Apple has quietly released its iOS 5 beta 2 to registered developers. Article

And finally... Another day, another rumor: Now it's reportedly just going to be one iPhone this fall. Article

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