Verizon's Droid Charge still MIA; Huawei outlines cell phone plans

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> Deutsche Telekom and iPass announced WiFi Mobilize, "a new network services exchange for in-country and international roaming services," the companies said. Release

> Acer's rejected CEO discussed his vision for the company. Article

> Apple will reportedly use Nuance voice-recognition technology in its forthcoming iOS update. Article

> Huawei hopes to be the world's third largest cell phone vendor in five years. Article

> The Droid Charge for Verizon Wireless is still not available. Article

> A nationwide network for public safety using LTE appears to be getting off the ground. Article

> T-Mobile USA is reportedly planning to offer unlimited Wi-Fi calling. Article

> Sprint Nextel teamed with Trimble for fleet management. Release

> China's Shanghai Unicom awarded Nokia Siemens Networks with a network management contract. Article

Mobile Content News

> Juniper Networks reported a 400 percent increase in Android malware. Article

> Duke Nukem appears headed for iOS. Article

> NPD said mobile devices account for close to half of all video game downloads. Release

> Motorola Mobility acquired software provider SunUp Digital Systems. Article

> Credit services giant American Express will partner with mobile location solutions provider Scvngr to kick off a multi-city pilot offering consumers "couponless" loyalty rewards. Article

> Google will formally unveil its long-awaited cloud-based music player service later today. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Will mergers and acquisitions shake the future of mobile games? Commentary

> Microsoft introduced Windows Azure Toolkits for Devices, promising developers the resources to leverage the cloud to accelerate their application builds. Article

And finally... Martin Cooper gets a new cell phone every two months. Article