T-Mobile to sell Samsung Galaxy Note; Sprint promises MVNOs for all

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadgetmobile: The Engadget Interview: RIM CMO Frank Boulben. Article[email protected]

> AT&T Mobility argued that the Samsung Galaxy S III for U.S. Cellular indicates there is no need for a 700 MHz interoperability mandate. Post

> Sprint Nextel introduced a technology it said will allow any business or entity to become an MVNO. Article

> T-Mobile USA introduced a Europe-wide roaming plan for 500 MB for $50. Article

> T-Mobile will sell the Samsung Galaxy Note. Release

> Google's entrance into the hardware area is making Wall Street investors nervous. Article

> Satellite company Thuraya Telecommunications Company launched a roaming service in the United States with T-Mobile. Release

> Lemko announced a partnership with Space Data Corporation to provide an "LTE Pilot License Save Network." Release

Mobile Content News

> Sprint will use new billing technology from NuWin Enterprises to more easily bill for mobile content services and applications. Article

> AT&T defended its use of Carrier IQ's software in a filing with the FCC, arguing that Carrier IQ's products have been "invaluable to AT&T in improving its network and the services it offers to its customers." Article

Mobile Developer News

> How to integrate mobile apps with other platforms and devices. Industry Voices

> More than half (55 percent) of mobile gamers who use iOS and Android devices say that obtaining their games for free is the most important motivator when choosing gaming products to download. Article

And finally… Google captured a 360-degree view of Antarctic explorer huts. Article