AT&T Mobility could sell Samsung Galaxy Note; PrepaYd Wireless intros $45 unlimited plan

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> Legislation on incentive spectrum auctions could be included in an end-of-the-year bill. Article

> Research In Motion fired two executives after they were convicted of drunk and disorderly behavior on an international flight. Article

> Sprint Nextel and AT&T agreed to have their lawsuit addressed after the government's antitrust lawsuit against the AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile USA is handled. Article

> Verizon is reportedly preparing a service to rival Netflix. Article

> PrepaYd Wireless introduced an unlimited talking, texting and data plan for $45 per month. Article

> AT&T Mobility likely will sell the Samsung Galaxy Note. Article

> AT&T Mobility ranked last in a Consumer Reports survey. Article

> HTC said it does not plan to changes its fourth quarter guidance. Article

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> Research In Motion released version 2.1 of its Twitter for BlackBerry mobile social networking application. Article

> Sprint Nextel's no-contract subsidiary Boost Mobile is rolling out Re-Boost. Article

> Starbucks has recorded 26 million mobile transactions to date. Article

And finally... Actor Alec Baldwin was kicked off an American Airlines flight for playing the Words with Friends game on his iPhone. Article

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