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> Motorola announced the Xoom 2, heading to the United Kingdom. Article

> Sierra Wireless reported a decrease in revenues. Release

> Research In Motion's stock is now worth less than the value property, patents and other assets. Article

> Samsung is looking to question Apple executives in company's legal battle with the iPhone maker. Article

> The HTC Flyer is now available through T-Mobile USA for $299 with a contract. Article

> Best Buy is selling a $149 HP TouchPad. Article

> M-banco inked a deal with LightSquared. Release

> Smith Micro reported a continued decline in its financials. Release

> Verizon Wireless is reportedly ready to launch the HTC Rezound. Article

> Qualcomm reported increases in revenues and operating income. Release

> Verizon Wireless said it will run out of available network capacity in 2015, while Sprint Nextel expects to run out of capacity in 2014. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft's Hotmail is running on 2 million iOS devices. Post

> RIM formally launched its cloud-based BBM Music service. Article

> Hours after issuing a native Gmail application optimized for Apple's iOS platform, Google abruptly removed the messaging solution from Apple's App Store, citing software issues. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Has 4G moved beyond 4G World? Industry Voices

> A residential broadband provider in Minnesota has become the "stalking horse" bidder for the assets of bankrupt Open Range Communications. Article

> Verizon Wireless is expected to publish an API that will essentially allow customers to boost their bandwidth performance for a small fee. Article

European Wireless News

> Hutchison's 3UK said that almost all the traffic on its network--fully 97 percent--is now mobile data. Article

> Vodafone is looking for 12 rural communities in the U.K. to test the capabilities of femtocells to improve 3G coverage. Article

> Visa Europe has taken an 8.8 per cent holding in Monitise, a U.K.-based mobile banking and payment service provider, with a £24.7 million investment. Article

And finally... A mobile app for protesters. Article