T-Mobile to sell HTC Wildfire S; TruePosition renews with AT&T

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> An antenna developer announced it won a lawsuit against Samsung. Article

> T-Mobile USA spent $1 million on lobbying in the second quarter. Article. AT&T spent $4.9 million during the same period. Article

> According to Good Technologies, the Apple iPad is being activated more often in businesses than Android smartphones. Article

> The Research In Motion BlackBerry PlayBook tablet was certified for use in the U.S. government. Article

> Legislators in San Francisco approved a modified bill that requires cell phone makers to disclose radiation information on their products. Article

> TruePosition announced AT&T Mobility renewed its location-services contract for another five years. Release

> AT&T Mobility said it improved its network to handle traffic from the San Diego Comic Con. Release

> Research In Motion announced it acquired JayCut. Post

> HTC released a phone designed to support a Twitter-style service in China. Article

> Nokia's N9 arrived at the FCC. Article

> T-Mobile USA will sell the HTC Wildfire S for $80 with a contract starting Aug. 3. Article

Mobile Content News

> Pandora's CEO said the service isn't filling its entire mobile ad inventory. Article

> Apple is reportedly planning a bid for Hulu. Article

> The number of subscribers using mobile payment options will increase from 102.1 million worldwide in 2010 to 141.1 million in 2011, according to new research. Article

> Twitter is reportedly close to finalizing an $800 million round of funding. Article

And finally... Try on some pants and get a free phone. Article

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