Apple's iPad 2 goes on sale; Is the HTC Thunderbolt coming March 21?

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@FierceWireless:  Talk about a relocation bonus. Nokia paid Elop $6 million to move to leave Microsoft/move to Finland. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

 > The FCC panned a study from a wireless group this week that advocated against wirelss "bill shock" rules proposed by the agency. Article. FierceWireless contributor Roger Entner authored the study and wrote a column about his findings. Column.

> Apple's iPad 2 goes on sale today. Article

> The latest report has the HTC Thunderbolt scheduled to launch March 21. Article

> T-Mobile USA expanded its HSPA+ network to five new markets. Release

> Rural cellular operators are calling for the FCC to quickly update the nation's wireless roaming rules to include data services. Article

> A new report from MacRumors suggests that Apple will not be radically redesigning the next iPhone. Article

> Chinese companies ZTE and Huawei are expanding their Dallas area workforces. Article (sub. req.)

 > AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson received a pay package valued at $20.2 million for 2010, a sum that was unchanged from the previous year. Article

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> Nvidia will partner with Sony Computer Entertainment to translate PlayStation gaming experiences to mobile devices running Google's Android OS. Article

> StumbleUpon closed a Series B venture financing round totaling $17 million. Article

> Apple has upgraded password protection around purchases made within iPhone and iPad applications. Article

> Microsoft will delay a planned Windows Phone 7 operating system update slated to introduce features like copy-and-paste. Article

And Finally ... The Google Person Finder tool is helping families find and share information about those missing in the wake of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Japan today.  Article

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