Alaska Communications delays LTE; LG releases Optimus L7

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> Nokia continued to defend its strategy to investors. Article

> TV broadcasters are no longer objecting to uses to spectrum "white spaces." Article

> Alaska Communications delayed the launch of its LTE network. Article

> Boingo reported increasing revenues in its most recent quarter. Article

> Sierra Wireless posted a quarterly profit. Article

> Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) reported a rise in quarterly revenue. Release

> LG said its new Optimus L7 will hit some stores this week. Release

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> Google's Android lost money in 2010. Article

> Facebook will look to mobile advertising as a major revenue source moving forward, promising significant investments in its mobile platform during a video recorded to drum up support for the social network's imminent IPO. Article

> MasterCard has certified a series of Near Field Communications-enabled smartphones for use with its PayPass contactless payment technology. Article

And finally... Nokia has been slapped by a class-action lawsuit over sluggish Lumia smartphone sales. Article

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