Verizon Wireless could sell 7.7-inch Galaxy Tab with LTE; Apple reportedly sniffs at Anobit

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> Verizon Wireless accidentally sent an emergency text message to residents in New Jersey urging them to take shelter. Article

> Republic Wireless issued its first over-the-air software update. Post

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless' Muve Music service is now available on the Huawei Ascend II. Release

> HTC filed a complaint against a Citigroup worker after the broker downgraded Citigroup's opinion of HTC's prospects. Article

> American Tower will buy around 2,500 towers from Spain's Telefónica's Mexican unit for $500 million. Article

> Apple is reportedly in talks to acquire flash memory company Anobit. Article

> Samsung appears to be preparing an LTE-capable 7.7-inch Galaxy Tab tablet for Verizon Wireless. Article

> Verizon will reportedly make a bid for Netflix. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google Wallet reportedly stores too much unencrypted data. Article

> Facebook is the most popular mobile application across Google's Android operating system. Article

> U.S. adults now spend more time each day on mobile devices than they do with traditional print media, according to a new study issued by eMarketer. Article

> Mobile user acquisition platform Fiksu is rolling out FreeMyApps. Article

Mobile Developer News

> How often do users actually use apps? Industry Voices

> Apple slashed iAd pricing. Editor's Corner

> Apple is rolling out the second beta release of its iOS 5.1 operating system to registered developers. Article

And finally... AT&T cupcakes rear their heads again. Article

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