Verizon's Galaxy S III to go on sale July 10; Atrix HD pops up from Motorola

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@FierceWireless: RT@verge: Galaxy Nexus ban: the full story. Article | [email protected]

> Republic Wireless said it is moving new phones through its certification process. Post

> U.S. Cellular reportedly purchased licenses from CenturyLink. Article

> Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy S III will hit shelves on July 10. Article

> A United Kingdom court ruled that HTC products don't infringe on Apple patents. Article

> Motorola Mobility appears to be preparing the Atrix HD. Article

> Cisco said it is readying an LTE small cell. Article

> Nokia's director of MeeGo applications has left the company. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google said it will discontinue its Symbian search app. Article

> Spotify said it will release a version of its service for the BlackBerry. Article

> Apple is still keeping developers in the dark. Editor's Corner

Broadband Wireless News

> Apple's iOS dominates worldwide mobile Web traffic, and its influence is growing, according to the latest stats from Net Applications. Article

> There is a way to make over-the-top players and wireless carriers work together. Editor's Corner

> Downtown Chicago could become a giant Wi-Fi zone. Article

European Wireless News

> Vivendi's SFR and Bouygues Telecom reportedly plan to cut jobs and operating expenses as they struggle to realign their operations to fight off cut-price competition. Article

> Mobile operators are placing too much emphasis on capturing machine-to-machine customers using their connectivity abilities, as opposed to developing services to build sustainable revenue streams, warns a new study from Frost & Sullivan. Article

And finally… Apple is reportedly pushing out corrupted apps and isn't saying anything about it. Article

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