T-Mobile dropping HTC Sensation June 15; Motorola could be planning watch phone

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> Verizon Wireless said it will soon begin selling more Qualcomm BREW MP phones. Article

> U.S. Cellular said it will sell the HTC Merge and the LG Genesis both for $149.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate. Release

> T-Mobile USA said it will begin selling the HTC Sensation starting June 15. Release

> Novatel Wireless scored an analyst upgrade. Article

> Motorola apparently showed off several unannounced devices on its website, including a watch phone and the Xoom 2. Article

> Qualcomm and Nvidia traded blows about their respective chipsets. Article

> Annual global IP traffic will reach zettabyte levels by the end of 2015, according to Cisco numbers. Article

> Motorola, Research In Motion, Samsung and other tablet vendors have scaled back their tablet production plans, according to an analyst. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google Offers is scheduled to be available in Portland, Ore., today. Post

> Apple's iOS 5 could support Twitter integration. Article

> Google's Eric Schmidt said Apple renewed its contract with Google for Google Maps on the iPhone. Article

> Lodsys continued its legal campaign against iOS developers. Article

> When the HTC Evo 3D smartphone begins shipping this summer, Sprint Nextel will preload the HTC Watch movie application. Article

> Apple's iWork system of productivity apps--including Keynote, Pages and Numbers--is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch. Article

> Verizon Wireless introduced a "value pack" for BREW-based feature phones. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Research In Motion has opened up its BlackBerry OS 7 to software developers. Article

> Paid Android apps are getting a cold shoulder from consumers. Commentary

> Microsoft rolled out a web-based version of its Windows Phone Marketplace application storefront, slated to go live later this year. Article

And finally... A key difference between MSFT and GOOG. One bought Danger. The other bought Andy Rubin. :) Tweet