Apple quits no-contract iPhone option; Google's Nexus One sells out

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> Apple is no longer offering a no-contract option for its iPhone 4 in the United States, meaning those purchasing the gadget must do so with a two-year AT&T Mobility contract. Article

> Samsung is hiring engineers to add LTE support to Android. Article

> Google sold out of Nexus One phones for developers. Post

> Is Intel's move on McAfee a mobile play? Article

> Nokia purchased mobile analytics player Motally. Article

> Digitimes reports Qualcomm is investing $2 billion in a Mirasol display plant. Article

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> Nokia said it will discontinue its "Nokia Messaging for Social Networks" beta service. Post

> Google Maps for mobile solution now tops 100 million users a month. Article

> Research In Motion revamped its BlackBerry App World storefront with additional pricing options. Article

> Apple will shutter Quattro Wireless. Article

> Facebook's Places service raises another set of privacy concerns. Commentary

> People's iPad app now allows current People subscribers to access the digital application for free. Article

And finally... R2D2 + iPhone = ‘Nerdgasm." Article

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