Verizon launches HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE; AT&T unveils Samsung Focus 2

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> Google reportedly is planning to move Motorola Mobility to Chicago. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE. Release

> AT&T Mobility will launch the Samsung Focus 2 LTE Windows Phone for $50 with a two-year contract. Release

> HTC's April sales fell 20 percent year-over-year, but were up from its March 2012 sales. Article

> A U.S. judge sanctioned Samsung in its patent case with Apple. Article 

> Wilson Electronics unveiled an LTE signal booster for AT&T devices. Article

> Ixia will acquire network optimization company Anue Systems for $145 million. Release

> Ericsson will cut 95 jobs at a site in Sweden. Article

Mobile Content News

>  LG Electronics introduced Life's Good Fairytales, a customizable storybook app for the company's Android smartphones. Article

> Mobile gamers who play titles on Apple's iOS devices spend five times more than their counterparts on Google's Android platform, according to a new study published by market research firm Newzoo. Article

> Angry Birds creator Rovio Mobile reported 2011 revenues of $106.3 million, fueled by game download activity as well as consumer product sales. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Sequans Communications and Clearwire announced a collaboration agreement targeted at accelerating the availability of devices for Clearwire's planned TD-LTE network. Article

> Startup Edgewater Wireless Systems is claiming its WiFi3 infrastructure technology, which delivers three independent channels on a single wireless access point, will provides 50 times the aggregate throughput of single-channel Wi-Fi access points. Article

European Wireless News

> Hutchison Whampoa reportedly removed all conditions and resubmitted a €2 billion cash bid for bankrupt Irish telecoms group Eircom after having its initial bid €2 billion rejected earlier by the Ireland's court-appointed examiner. Article

> KPN Mobile launched a limited LTE service aimed at enterprise users in the Dutch cities of Utrecht and The Hague. Article

> The German Federal Network Agency (FNA) is pushing to have current GSM spectrum refarmed for mobile broadband use. Article

And finally... Apple reportedly wants to get control of the iPhone5.com domain name. Article

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