T-Mobile unveils LG myTouch and myTouch Q; Nokia Sun rumored as another Windows Phone

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@FierceMobiCo: @Jumptap#Apple's #iPad generating 75% of tablet traffic. Article | [email protected]

> T-Mobile USA announced the myTouch and the myTouch Q, both by LG, as its latest Android-powered myTouch smartphones. Release

> The Nokia Sun is Nokia's latest reported Windows Phone device. Article

> The Alabama Department of Finance's Division of Purchasing recently awarded SouthernLINC Wireless a statewide contract for portable 800 megahertz communication devices with Push To Talk two-way radio service. Release

> The ZTE V55 tablet has arrived at the FCC. Article

> HTC's net profit popped 68 percent. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> Google pulls "Is My Son Gay" app. Article

> Verizon Wireless will introduce mobile video solutions firm Vringo's new Facetones application. Article

> Openwave named Mike Mulica as its new CEO. Release

> According to comScore, iOS and Android control 71 percent of the U.S. smartphone market. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> A new government report highlights the need for additional Wi-Fi security. Article

> Component manufacturers are starting to sample the first devices that support the next generation of LTE--LTE Advanced. Article

> How long will Sprint Nextel be able to offer unlimited iPhone data? Editor's Corner

European Wireless News

> Samsung said it will seek to block the sale of Apple's new iPhone 4S in France and Italy, only hours after Apple introduced the smartphone in the United States. Article

> Bouygues Telecom CEO Olivier Roussat said the company will offer download speeds up to 42Mbps on its 3G network. Article

> VimpelCom announced major changes in its management personnel. Article

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