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Softbank, Sprint To Offer Sony Xperia Smartphone For First Time -sources - Yahoo Finance

August 30, 2014

The deal could give a much-needed boost to Sony's struggling mobile division, which last month cut its outlook and said it did not expect to make a profit in the year to next March. Sony faces stiff competition from low-cost Chinese smartphone makers, and its mobile unit has a limited presence in the key U.S. market, where contracts for its handsets are only offered by No.4 carrier T-Mobile US Inc. Sony also lowered its smartphone sales forecast for the 2014/15 financial year by 14 percent and warned that its mobile unit could post impairment losses, after previously identifying it as the riskiest of its three core businesses that also include gaming and imaging. Four sources told Reuters that a Sony flagship Xperia smartphone would be available from SoftBank in time for Japan's winter holiday shopping season. The sources gave no details on pricing. Sony is expected to unveil its next flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z3, at next week's IFA tech expo in Berlin.
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Holiday Closings for Labor Day | AL.com

1. Mobile County Human Resources: Closed Monday, Sept. 1. Mobile Municipal Court: Closed Monday, Sept. 1. Mobile Public Libraries: Closed Monday, Sept. 1. MAWSS: Closed Monday, Sept. 1.
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Holiday road watch begins - MessengerNews.net | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Info. - The Messenger

"We want everyone to be responsible." The Webster County Sheriff's Department is not actively participating in the campaign, but it is increasing its presence over the weekend. "We want the county roads to be safe," Stubbs said. Hindman said there is always increased traffic over this weekend, especially this year with home football games at both Iowa State University in Ames and the University of Iowa in Iowa City on Saturday. "It's the last big travel weekend of the summer," Hindman said. "There's just a lot of things going on around this part of the state that puts a lot of people on the highways." Though the campaign calls attention to drunk driving, Hindman said law enforcement will also be looking for other things, including seatbelt violations.
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