FCC resets shot clock on AT&T, T-Mobile merger review; Samsung to release LTE versions of Galaxy devices

> The FCC has restarted the shot clock on its 180-day review of AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Article

> InterDigital's patent-infringement complaint seeking to block imports of phones made by Nokia and Huawei will be investigated by the U.S. International Trade Commission. Article

­> Samsung announced it will introduce LTE versions of its Galaxy S II smartphone and Galaxy Tab 8.9 tablet. Article

> Power Management Systems has filed a patent suit against Freescale Semiconductor, Intel and Marvell Technology Group. Article

And Finally... A person in Flagstaff, Ariz., was able to hack into an electronic message board and warn motorists of a "Rogue Panda on Rampage." Article

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