ZTE's Agent phone lands at MetroPCS; Palm's webOS 2.0 detailed in pictures

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> Amdocs' CEO is set to retire next year. Article

> A court ruling could make it harder for the government to obtain cell phone users' location information. Post

> Verizon announced an investment in connected home vendor 4Home. Release

> Energizer rolled out an inductive charger for mobile phones that relies on the Qi standard. Article

> Jasper Wireless announced Jasper Link, which the company said is a software-based network adapter that simplifies the process of building and managing connected devices. Release

> Apple's antenna foibles with its iPhone 4 could have cost the company 20 percent of sales. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks invested in OpenCloud. Release

> Another ZTE phone arrived at MetroPCS, this time the Agent. Article

> T-Mobile USA's new "kids are free" promotion has begun. Article

> The FCC released some key APIs into its databases. Article

> In-flight mobile broadband company Row 44 raised $37 million in funding. Article

> Hewlett-Packard sued Mark Hurd for violating his severance agreement. Article

> Pictures of the forthcoming webOS 2.0 platform have emerged. Article

Mobile Content News

> Sybase 365 announced it has processed more than a trillion mobile messages. Article

> Amazon.com acquired independent music download website Amie Street. Article

> MasterCard expanded its MoneySend person-to-person cash transfer solution to the BlackBerry platform. Article

> CBS Mobile launched NCIS: The Game from the TV Show, a new mobile title. Article

> Japanese regulators shot down Qualcomm's MediaFLO technology in the country. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The U.S. Department of Agriculture rescinded a $19 million broadband stimulus grant/loan that was announced Aug. 18 to a Texas wireless company. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone plans to sell its 3.2 percent stake in China Mobile for $6.6 billion, according to Bloomberg. Article

And finally... Control your iPhone with your brain. Article