AT&T to sell HTC One X for $199; Sprint, LG announce $30 Optimus Elite

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> Verizon Wireless' LTE network now covers 230 markets and two-third of the U.S. population. Article

> AT&T Mobility announced new data plans for its GoPhone prepaid plans. Release

> AT&T Mobility will sell the HTC One X for $199 starting May 6. Article

> Dish Network said it could spend up to $5 billion to build its wireless network, and that it could launch by 2015. Article

> Intel's CEO said a smartphone powered by the company's silicon will debut this week. Article

> Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse said Wall Street is still wary of his decision to carry Apple's iPhone. Article

> Huawei announced the global avilability of its Ascend P1 dual-core smartphone. Release

> Sprint Nextel and LG announced the Optimus Elite Android smartphone for $29.99 with a contract and rebate. Release

> Maravedis-Rethink projects 458 million dual-mode (TD-LTE + FDD-LTE) devices activated by 2016. Release

> Motorola Mobility appears to be preparing a Snapdragon S4 phone. Article

> Mobile handset semiconductors, including processors, RF, power management, and wireless connectivity, generated $30 billion in 2011. Release

Mobile Content News

> Telefónica is teaming with Electronic Arts' EA Mobile division to simplify mobile game discovery and adoption across the operator's European footprint. Article

> Experts believe that mobile payments could eliminate the need for consumers to carry cash and credit cards by the year 2020. Article

> Google released an updated version of its Chrome browser for devices running Android 4.0. Article

And finally... New technology could allow cellphones to see through walls. Article

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