Verizon launches Motorola Devour; AT&T showcases embedded devices

> Verizon Wireless officially launched the Motorola Devour for $149.99 with a two-year contract and after a $100 mail-in rebate. Release

> AT&T Mobility yesterday unveiled several new embedded devices--ranging from a dog collar to an intelligent pill cap--during a press event held at the CTIA Wireless 2010 conference. Article

> Vivendi is reported to be looking to acquire Vodafone's 44 percent holding in SFR. Article

> Simple Mobile confirmed that it has entered into an MVNO relationship with T-Mobile USA. Release

> Qualcomm said second-quarter profit and sales will be above its previous targets. Article

> Two South Korean mobile operators are in talks with Polish operators that have indicated their interest in seeking outside investors. Article

> Faster, more capable WiFi is poised to pop up in a growing number of smartphones, according to the WiFi Alliance. Article

> Motorola announced several new SON features the company said should help reduce network opex and could help the vendor secure more LTE business. Article

> Google's search engine was taken off of a Motorola handset shipped in China, a sign of fallout from Google's decision to stop censoring itself in the country. Article

> Time Warner Cable is offering free WiFi in the New York City metropolitan area. Article

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