TI warns of Q3 slowdown; Qualcomm quits Mirasol production

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> Qualcomm ended its production of Mirasol displays. Article

> HTC reportedly did not meet its financial obligations to Beats. Article

> Texas Instruments warned of sluggish third-quarter revenue. Article

> Cisco said it will cut around 1,300 jobs. Article

> NTP inked patent licensing agreements with Apple, AT&T and others. Article

> Nokia announced it completed its acquisition of all technologies and intellectual property from Scalado. Release

> Amazon is reportedly going to limit the 3G Kindle's browser to 50 MB per month. Article

> The LG Cayenne is reportedly bound for Sprint Nextel. Article

> The telecommunications industry increased its global ad spend by 7.8 percent. Post

Mobile Content News

> AppMobi introduced storeView, a free, cloud-based reporting service that offers hybrid HTML5 and PhoneGap developers aggregated cross-platform app store analytics data. Article

> Apigee has secured $20 million in new funding to fuel the growth of its application programming interface services platform. Article

> A Square executive said it is unlikely his company would consider working with archrival PayPal in any capacity, stating their respective cultures are "too different and fundamentally incompatible." Article

Mobile Developer News

> A new developer survey conducted by Appcelerator and International Data Corporation found that 70 percent of developers are building applications for the enterprise market. The attention given enterprise applications will provide the groundwork for continuing operating system battles. Article

> FierceDeveloper's Developer Workshop goes behind the scenes on the new News360 iPad app. Article

And finally… Martin Scorsese does a Siri commercial. Article

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