ZTE plans gaming phone; Sprint MVNO for sale for $200,000

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@FierceWireless: Apple CEO Tim Cook makes surprise appearance at Sun Valley retreat. Article | [email protected]

> ZTE plans to announce a gaming-focused smartphone. Article

> Verizon Wireless wants to "edit" Internet access. Article

> A Microsoft Windows Phone executive moved to Amazon. Article

> HTC reportedly wants to make another tablet. Article

> A Sprint Nextel MVNO is for sale for $200,000. Article

Mobile Content News

> LevelUp plans to supercharge the mobile payments market. Article

> Twitter offered a look at its mobile redesign. Post

> If mobile payments are exploding, why is Apple on the sidelines? Editor's Corner

> Research In Motion released the latest version of its BlackBerry App World storefront, highlighted by the addition of a new 'Upgrade All' button. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Sierra Wireless announced its AirLink GX440 rugged M2M gateway is available for use on AT&T Mobility's LTE network. Article

> Should Dish Network hand over its LTE network to a partner? Article

European Wireless News

> The French government is investigating France Telecom Orange after the operator's network collapsed for nearly 24 hours. Article

> The owner of Bouygues Telecom, Martin Bouygues, is lobbying members of the French parliament to not renew the roaming agreement between Free Mobile and France Telecom Orange. Article

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