Mobile Lowdown 8-30-11: Apple; Qualcomm LTE; Android/HP; Amazon Tablet

A look at some of the big stories in mobile today:

» Apple and five warning signs to watch for at the company in the next stage of its growth. (via Bob Sutton)

» Apple’s counterfeit problem in China and how it was slow to react, courtesy of Wikileaks. (via CNN)

» Qualcomm is working with Huawei, ZTE, Quanta and BandRich to develop TDD-LTE handsets for the Indian market, a sign of how it will transition from WiMAX in the years ahead. (via Qualcomm)

» China now has over 929 million mobile users, according to the Ministry of Information Industry. Advanced mobile data services on 3G networks account for 87.2 million of those subscribers. (via Xinhuanet)

» Libya looks like it might be using geolocation data provided by France to track people it wants to target. (via GoMoNews)

» Lodsys, the patent-holding company suing Android and iOS developers for infringing on its patents, is in a “panic” too keep Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) out of the suit. (via Groklaw)

» RIM is now challenging Apple over its WebKit trademark. (via Patently Apple)

» Android is now working on an HP (NYSE: HPQ) TouchPad, courtesy of the CyanogenMod hacking team that make aftermarket firmware for the Android platform. (via CyanogenMod)

» Nokia‘s comeback plan: design over software. (via WSJ)

» Apple vs. Samsung, a primer on all the cases worldwide up to today. (via Ars Technica)

» Amazon‘s “tablet launch” (still unconfirmed) and more on how pricing, ideally under $250, could help it “own” the market. (via TechPinions)