AT&T to bring LTE to San Francisco; iPhone 3GS demand remains high

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> Hewlett-Packard will reportedly decide the fate of webOS today. Article

> Clearwire reportedly discontinued its WiMAX service in Alaska. Article

> Alvarion said it tested an LTE overlay on WiMAX for Xplornet Communications in Canada. Article

> AT&T Mobility is bringing LTE to San Francisco. Article

> Demand for the iPhone 3GS remains high. Article

> Sprint Nextel could drop the HTC Evo View 4G to $199. Article

> Motorola's Droid Xyboard is now on sale at Verizon Wireless. Article

> Apple's ban on Samsung's tablet sales in Australia has been overturned. Article

> Motorola won a court ruling against Apple in Germany. Article

> A French court has rejected a Samsung request to halt iPhone 4S sales. Article

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> Google's Eric Schmidt condemned Carrier IQ. Article

> Google introduced its new Currents newsreader application. Article

> Twitter is rolling out a redesigned interface spanning both the mobile and desktop platforms. Article

> Google has removed the YouMail visual voicemail application from its Android Market storefront after T-Mobile USA complained the solution was triggering network disruption. Article

And finally... Samsung took aim again at Apple fanboys with a new ad. Video

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