Verizon Wireless to sell BlackBerry Curve 3G; T-Mobile USA to offer Motorola Defy

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> Alltel Wireless signed up to use Bytemobile's Web and video gateway. Release

> AT&T's fourth-quarter lineup could include the Samsung GalaxyTab and Focus, as well as the BlackBerry Torch draped in new colors. Article

> Critics are attacking the FCC's white spaces plan. Article

> Strategy Analytics predicts superphone shipments will hit 100 million by 2015. Article

> Consumer Reports said it won't recommend the iPhone 4 after Apple said it will discontinue its free case program. Article

> Reports indicate Apple may switch from Infineon to Qualcomm for chips in its next iPhone. Article

> Fujitsu said wireless charging will hit the market in 2012. Article

> Motorola announced its Android-powered Defy phone for T-Mobile USA. Article

> Motorola's mid-range EX300 phone features the Qualcomm BREW MP operating system. Article

> Verizon Wireless will sell the Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 3G, model 9330, for $29.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and with a two-year contract. Release

Mobile Content News

> Programmer Sean Kovacs re-submitted his GV Mobile app, a controversial Google Voice-based effort that Apple removed from the storefront more than a year ago. Article

> Consumers exhibit little interest in paying for mobile music services according to research conducted by market intelligence firm Strategy Analytics. Article

> Verizon Wireless is poised to add Android mobile applications to its V Cast Apps storefront. Article

> Fox Mobile Group expanded its Bitbop on-demand mobile TV subscription service to the Android smartphone platform. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Fifty-nine percent of all American smartphone owners download mobile applications each month according to new research issued by The Nielsen Company. Article

> Adobe Systems introduced an HTML5 Pack for its Illustrator CS5 vector graphics software, promising developers tools to make it easy to design, deliver and optimize content for mobile devices and the web. Article

> Apple loosens the reins--will its reign continue? Commentary

And finally... Hot chocolate! A copyright fight over chocolate iPhone apps. Article