AT&T to launch LG Thrill 4G, HTC HD7S; Sprint's Epic 4G, GalaxyTab get Sprint ID

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> AT&T Mobility said it will launch two new smartphones, the 3-D-capable LG Thrill 4G and the HTC HD7S, which runs on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7. Release

> Sprint Nextel will bring its Sprint ID feature to the Samsung Epic 4G and GalaxyTab. Post

> Leap Wireless' Cricket launched the LG Optimus C for $130. Article

> Cox Communications introduced mobile DVR scheduling via an Android and iOS app. Article

Mobile Content News

> Online retail giant Amazon.com is poised to open its Android app store March 22, Wired reported. Article

> Social networking goliath Facebook acquired mobile application platform provider Snaptu. Article

> Apple is disputing the findings of independent trials that determined smartphones running Google's Android mobile operating system load Web pages faster than the iPhone. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Sprint has inked a partnership agreement with energy control manufacturer SmartLabs. Article

> A new report pegs Broadcom as leading in Wi-Fi chip design wins, and says its chips are in as many as 50 million Apple products alone. Article

European Wireless News

> VimpelCom pushed through the merger with Wind Telecom that will see the combined company becoming the world's fifth largest operator with 173 million customers. Article

> Cornerstone, the network sharing joint venture established by O2 and Vodafone, could outsource work on its base stations, network upgrades and maintenance. Article

> O2 UK claimed that being able to provide 3G services using the 900 MHz band will boost its network capacity by around 50 percent. Article

And finally... Warren Buffett is wary of Apple. Article

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