ZTE shows off WP7 gadget; AT&T brings HSPA+ to more cities

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> Network World looked at Sprint's ability to handle both WiMAX and LTE. Article

> Google released Android 3.2. Article

> ZTE showed off its new Windows Phone 7 device. Article

> Samsung appears to be preparing a sliding-style LTE phone for Verizon Wireless. Article

> AT&T Mobility reportedly added HSPA+ capabilities to more cities. Post

Mobile Content News

> On-demand gaming services firm Exent introduced GameTanium Mobile. Article

> Realizing mobile video's promise. Commentary

> Sprint Nextel will become the first mobile operator to roll out American Express's fledgling Serve digital payments platform. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Nokia Siemens Networks needs to cut jobs if it wants to stay independent and compete with rivals, according to a Standard & Poor's analyst. Article

> The GSMA is calling on Taiwan to stop developing WiMAX and focus instead on LTE technology. Article

> A Canadian consortium of ISPs called Manitoba NetSet plans to build a WiMAX network throughout the sparsely populated Manitoba province using Huawei as their vendor. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone's squashed worries about security on its Sure Signal femtocell, and claimed the software vulnerability was patched a year ago. Article

> The number of United Kingdom consumers using smartphones has increased marginally by only 2 percent in the past six months. Article

> O2 UK launched a new location-based advertising service that enables retailers to send offers and coupons directly to O2 subscribers. Article

And finally... The U.S. women's soccer team helped Twitter set a new traffic record. Article

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