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> Huawei opened a new headquarters in Canada. Release

> Mobile broadband gateway provider Stoke raised $17 million in venture funding. Release

> Clearwire said John Stanton will serve as its chairman of the board. Article

> Sony Ericsson sued Clearwire for trademark infringement. Article

> The FCC is requesting comments on the framework for the next generation of 911 services. Report (PDF)

> Businesses are expected to buy 10 million tablets this year. Article

> The T-Mobile G2 Android phone is now free for new T-Mobile customers who sign a two-year contract. Article

> LG is reportedly planning an inexpensive NFC phone. Article

> New documents point to a possible Hewlett-Packard netbook running webOS. Article

> Lenovo announced a new business division focused on smartphones, tablets and smart TVs. Release

Mobile Content News

> Browser-based gaming site Kongregate--owned by retail chain GameStop--introduced Kongregate Arcade. Article

> Mobile publishing and advertising solutions provider Verve Wireless named Tom MacIsaac as CEO. Article

> Nokia will terminate its Ovi Music all-you-can-eat digital download service in 27 of the 33 markets where it operates. Article

Mobile Developer News

> What does the Verizon iPhone mean for developers? Commentary

> Mobile advertising platform provider Smaato will partner with sales analytics and market intelligence services provider App Annie. Article

> Research In Motion released its BlackBerry WebWorks SDK. Article

> Google is exposing new APIs in conjunction with its Android 2.3 Native Development Kit. Article

European Wireless News

> Opportunities for mobile VoIP equipment suppliers will increase significantly, according to new research by In-Stat. Article

> The Global Mobile Suppliers Association claimed that LTE is the fastest-developing system in the history of telecommunications. Article

> TeliaSonera has been looking eastwards for its future expansion for some time--and its gaze appears now to have turned to Poland. Article

> Tenders for the frequencies needed for the operation of LTE networks in Russia will be issued later this year. Article

And finally... How to buy into Android at the worst possible time. Article