AT&T launches LG Incite; EU questions MVNOs on VOIP calls

> AT&T Mobility launched the LG Incite, a smartphone from the handset maker that AT&T says is specifically geared toward the U.S. market. Article; Photo 

> The European Union is questioning European MVNOs over how they treat VOIP calls on their networks. Article

> The research firm TNS Compete has started a new service, Smartphone Intelligence, and has analyzed iPhone users' behavior as compared to other smartphone users. Release

> T-Mobile USA launched the Samsung Gravity, joining AT&T and Sprint Nextel in providing a quick-messaging phone from the handset maker. Article; See this picture of the Samsung Gravity

And finally... A hand model and magician in Iowa is suing Kmart and Martha Stewart's company, partly for loss of livelihood, after a defective chair snipped off the tip of one of his fingers. Article

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