T-Mobile UK launches prepaid Huawei Android phone; Palm to miss Pre sales targets?

> T-Mobile UK said it would launch Huawei's first Android phone, branded the T-Mobile Pulse, in October for around $294 on a prepaid plan. Article

> Palm is likely to miss sales targets for the Pre, according to Town Hall Investment Research analyst David Eller. Eller still thinks the company will release its second rumored webOS device, Eos, this year. Palm reports quarterly earnings Sept. 17. Article

> The FCC should look at the thousands of broadband stimulus applications to reach a definition for "broadband." Commentary

> The FCC will consider allocating licensed spectrum for Medical Body Area Networks, which GE Healthcare has been pushing for. Article

> Nokia said it will release a series of new Ovi APIs to make it easier to create applications with integrated services and native-like user interfaces. Article

> Vivendi has joined the list of French carriers planning to lodge a formal complaint with the EU over the price tag set by the French government for the country's fourth 3G licence. Article

> Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene Obermann called on handset makers to reduce the number of features in phones and make them simpler to use. Article

> Vividwireless, a new subsidiary of one of Australia's leading media companies, Seven Network, is putting down about $42 million to fund the country's first mobile WiMAX network. Article

And finally... The incoming first lady in Japan wrote in a book that she traveled aboard a UFO. Article

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