AT&T disputes dropped call survey; Palm investor sues over HP deal

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> AT&T Mobility is disputing the results of a recent ChangeWave Research survey that found AT&T customers experience dropped calls 4.5 percent of the time. Article

> An investor sued Palm over HP's $1.2 billion acquisition of the company, alleging the deal hurts common shareholders. Article

> The European Commission adopted technical standards for mobile broadband networks running on LTE and WiMAX in the 800 MHz band. Article

> According to a leaked slide on Engadget, AT&T will launch the Palm Pre Plus May 16. Article

> T-Mobile USA is rolling out a buy-one-get-one-free smartphone offer, and has begun selling microUSB chargers with an extra USB port to charge a second device. Article

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> FTC doesn't grasp the mobile ad biz, but will shape its future anyway. Commentary

> RealNetworks debuts social gaming platform. Article

> Borders kicks off Kobo eReader digital initiative. Article

> Warner Music digital revenues are up 15 percent. Article

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