U.S. Cellular to offer LG's Android Apex; Juniper buys Trapeze

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> U.S. Cellular will offer LG's Android-powered Apex starting Nov. 19. Release

> Alcatel-Lucent introduced a new broadcasting system. Article

> ZTE expects to increase its LTE business. Article

> Juniper Networks agreed to buy Trapeze Networks for $152 million. Article

> Ortiva Wireless raised $8 million in venture funding. Article

> Samsung and LG face another patent-infringement lawsuit on Android. Article

> Samsung's chairman is preparing his son to take over the CEO position. Article

> Sequans and Gemtek announced a partnership for LTE. Release

> Nokia plans a research center in Russia. Article

> Sony Ericsson is working to offer pinch-zoom technology on its Xperia X10. Post

Mobile Content News

> After months of delay, negotiation and federal inquiries, Google Voice is now available through Apple's iPhone App Store. Article

> Augmented-reality company Layar scored $14 million in venture capital funding. Release

> Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer dismissed a shareholder's suggestion that the software maker should split into individual companies serving the corporate and consumer segments. Article

> Apple officially began selling the Beatles' historic catalog via iTunes. Article

> Skyfire will discontinue support for Symbian and Windows Mobile. Article

And finally... Sharp plans a 3D phone for the U.S. market next year. Article