AT&T reportedly planning to throttle speeds; Samsung teases Galaxy S II for U.S. customers

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> New research shows cell phones don't cause cancer. Article (sub. req.)

> AT&T Mobility will reportedly throttle users' data speeds starting in October. Article

> Verizon workers may strike. Article

> Cellular South said it will continue to offer unlimited data plans. Release

> Sequans announced a WiMAX-to-LTE transition program. Release

> Google purchased 1,000 patents from IBM. Article

> Samsung is teasing its Galaxy S II for the U.S. market. Article

> HTC shipped 12.1 million smartphones in the second quarter. Article

> Sony Ericsson announced Yoshihisa (Bob) Ishida will be its Deputy CEO and Executive Vice President starting in September.  Release

> HTC said Apple's lawsuit won't fundamentally affect the company. Article

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> Twitter is taking a major step towards monetizing its fast-growing microblogging platform by adding advertiser-sponsored tweets directly into user timelines. Article

> Yahoo is expanding its free IntoNow television discovery and interaction application to Google's Android operating system. Article

> Spotify is now the target of a patent infringement suit filed in federal court this week by multimedia software developer PacketVideo. Article

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