A look at some of the top stories in mobile today:
— Apple: Morgan Stanley is lowering its estimates for the iPhone in Q3, but that’s because it’s now in the camp predicting a new-model iPhone for Q4. Full story here.
— Nortel: Today’s the big day for the patent auction, with hopefuls including the likes of Apple (NSDQ: AAPL), Google (NSDQ: GOOG) and Intel (NSDQ: INTC). Full story here.
— HP: HP (NYSE: HPQ) wanted us to “Think Big” when it first unveiled its TouchPad tablet, due to go on sale in a matter of days. Well, now it looks like it might also want us to “think small,” with a version featuring a seven-inch screen reportedly also in the works. (via BGR)
— HTC: A new headquarters for HTC in Slough, England, housed in the former offices of Telefonica’s O2, from which it will mastermind its EMEA domination. (via HTC)
— RIM: Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis & Co. gets behind the idea of splitting up RIM’s CEO/Chairman party of two. (via WSJ)
— Apple: The jailbreakers are coming to town for a convention in London. (via 9to5mac)
— Nokia (NYSE: NOK) Siemens Networks: Unable to sell the JV, NSN is now looking for strategic alternatives, claiming it has “multiple” options open to it. (via Reuters)