AT&T offers LTE LG Nitro HD for $250; LightSquared teams with Cellular Product Distributors

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> Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy Nexus pre-orders are rumored to start today. Article

> AT&T Mobility will sell the LTE LG Nitro HD for $250 starting Dec. 4. Article

> Research In Motion employees can reportedly purchase BlackBerry PlayBooks for $99. Article

> Apple could sell 280 million iOS devices next year, according to one analyst. Article

> Apple's iOS 5.1 appears to point to plans for new devices. Article

> A senator is holding up a hearing for the FCC's new commissioners. Article

> LightSquared announced a deal with Cellular Product Distributors to "bring mobile broadband to CPD-USA's line of MyMO Mobile Office hotspot devices." Release

> Best Buy said it sold out of RIM's PlayBooks after a sale. Article

Mobile Content News

> iTether, in the Apple App Store, can share an iPhone's cellular data service with other devices, without the need for a carrier tethering plan. Article

> CTIA and the Entertainment Software Rating Board unveiled the CTIA Mobile Application Rating System. Article

> Worldwide mobile ad network fill rates averaged 10 percent in the third quarter of 2011. Article

> Twitter purchased mobile security firm Whisper Systems. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Hewlett-Packard's webOS development chief has left the company for a position at Xobni. Article

> Will developers embrace a Facebook smartphone? Editor's Corner

> Mobile software development platform provider appMobi is opening up the source code behind its HTML5 technologies in an effort to accelerate the mobile industry's transition to the HTML5 standard. Article

And finally... iPhone explodes. Article

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