Apple unlocks iPhone 4 starting at $649; T-Mobile offers free data for Father's Day

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadgetmobile: Microsoft job listing hints at annual Windows Phone updates. Article | [email protected]

> Lenovo said it will build two 10-inch Android tablets this summer and one 10-inch Windows tablet later this year. Article (sub. req.)

> Comcast will offer Skype calling through TVs. Article

> BlackBerry maker Research In Motion will team with YOU i Labs, a Canadian UI firm that has worked with companies in Taiwan. Article

> SouthernLINC Wireless is now offering Motorola i475 and Motorola i420 phone models to its subscribers. Release

> Samsung announced that American Airlines will offer its Galaxy Tab 10.1 mobile tablets for premium class in-flight entertainment. Article

> Hewlett-Packard showed off additional webOS 3.0 features. Video

> Apple is now selling unlocked iPhone 4s starting at $649. Article

> Sprint Nextel said it will increase its WiMAX upload speed from 1 Mbps to 1.5 Mbps. Article

> Acta acquired Path-2 Ventures. Release

> For Father's Day, T-Mobile USA will offer a year of free data service to anyone who signs a new contract on June 18. Article

Mobile Content News

> Gameloft said it has recorded 200 million downloads of its iOS apps. Article

> Motorola Mobility released its new Televation service, which works with a Wi-Fi router to allow consumers to watch live TV on a connected IP device anywhere around the home. Release

> Hewlett-Packard is reportedly making plans to launch a cloud music service to rival efforts from Apple, Google and Article

> Apple filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit filed by patent holding company Lodsys. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Google removed another series of malware-infected applications from its Android Market storefront after a North Carolina State University professor alerted the company to the threat. Article

> Can Windows Phone overcome operator indifference? Commentary

> Close to half of developers who create applications for Apple's iOS platform also build apps for Google's rival Android platform. Article

And finally... The Steve Jobs comic book. Article

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