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> IDG reports on a possible halt to vendor consolidation following Nokia Siemens Networks' bid for Motorola's networking business. Article

> Texas Instruments' quarterly numbers scored a boost from continued demand. Article

> Leap Wireless announced it will sell another phone from Kyocera, the Domino (S1310) mobile phone. Release

> Ericsson should see its quarterly profits rebound. Article

> Virgin Mobile USA said it will hire Mother New York for a new ad campaign. Release

> Hewlett-Packard applied for the "Palmpad" trademark, possibly highlighting its planned marketing name for its forthcoming tablet device. Post

> Huawei and IPWireless inked an agreement for Integrated Mobile Broadcast technology. Article

> Apple has pulled its "bumper" off the market, possibly in an effort to stockpile the cases before its planned giveaway to iPhone 4 owners. Article

Mobile Content News

> On-demand digital music services provider MOG expanded its mobile streaming application to the iPhone and Android platforms. Article

> Online retail giant Amazon.com said unit sales of its Kindle ereader tripled after a price cut. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Critics are applauding Microsoft's Windows Phone 7. Commentary

> Research In Motion expanded its BlackBerry Platform Application Locate Service triangulation solution with the addition of Geolocation. Article

European Wireless News

> TeliaSonera posted a 1.7 percent drop in its second-quarter sales. Article

And finally... Asus dropped Windows for Android in its planned Eee Pad tablet. Article

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