The top mobile stories from the past 24 hours, served with cream and two sugars.
iPhone accounts for more than 80 percent of AT&T smartphone sales (via GigaOM)
That’s approximately 7.6 million iPhones sold by AT&T in one quarter.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone dowry to net Nokia billions (via BGR)
In exchange for royalty payments estimated to reach into the billions over the life of the agreement, Microsoft makes quarterly “platform support payments” of $250 million to Nokia according to the vendor’s earnings report.
Android May Have Consumer Market Share, But iOS Is Tops In Enterprise (via TechCrunch)
According to a new report from managed enterprise mobility provider Good Technology, iOS devices hold the top three spots in the list of the top 10 enterprise activations by device type.
HP outlines the future of webOS, move to open source finished by September (via BGR)
The company also revealed that the mobile operating system will be moving to a standard Linux kernel in the hopes of attracting manufacturers who are experienced with Linux and Android.
Drchrono Raises $2.8M From Yuri Milner And Others To Help Bring Medical Records To The iPad (via TechCrunch)
The free iPad app allows doctors to schedule patient appointments, dictate notes via audio, take pictures, write prescriptions and send them to pharmacies, enable reminders, take clinical notes, access lab results, and input electronic health records.
Was the battle over AT&T-Mo a fight worth having? (via GigaOM)
AT&T and T-Mobile could have directed all of that effort and cash building more 4G networks and expanding the ones they already had. Instead, their consolidation drive actually stymied mobile broadband.