T-Mobile makes Sidekick 4G free; Samsung's Galaxy S II headed to T-Mobile as Hercules?

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> T-Mobile USA is selling the Android-powered Sidekick 4G for free online today. Page

> T-Mobile USA appears poised to sell Samsung's Galaxy S II Android phone as the Hercules. Article

> HTC's 10-inch Android tablet looks to be headed to AT&T Mobility as the HTC Puccini. Article

> Cox Communications will sell Nuance's voicemail-to-text service. Article

> Motorola's Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless is seeking FCC approval. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will default to voicemail passwords. Post

> AT&T Mobility is applying to the FCC to approve its purchase of 700 MHz spectrum from BTA Ventures II. Release

Mobile Content News

> GetJar's marketing chief left the company for a post at Google. Article

> Condé Nast-owned The New Yorker is launching Goings On, a free mobile application that brings the magazine's Goings On About Town cultural listings section to the iOS and Android platforms. Article

> Mobile Streams, founder of cross-platform app storefront Appitalism.com, unveiled Appitalism Wings. Article

> Apple seeded iOS 5 beta 5 to registered developers over the weekend. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Motorola Solutions announced LTE modems for public safety. Release

> Sierra Wireless announced a drop in revenues for the second quarter thanks to loss of business with Clearwire and Barnes & Noble. Article

> Wi-Fi software and services provider Boingo Wireless reported rising revenue in the second quarter, its first reporting after its May IPO, as its spread its Wi-Fi footprint globally. Article

> Novatel Wireless said its LTE MiFi hotspot helped revenues in the second quarter 2011. Article

European Wireless News

> Is Facebook a threat to European operators? Commentary

> A growing number of U.K. consumers believe cash is inconvenient, paving the way for contactless payments. Article

> Italy's largest telco, Telecom Italia, is poised to make a bid to acquire 3 Italia. Article

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