AT&T to sell Pantech Android phone; Asus combines smartphone, tablet

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> T-Mobile USA announced two new No Annual Contract, unlimited Monthly4G plans starting at $50 per month. Release

> AT&T Mobility will sell the Android-powered Pantech Crossover for $70 with a contract. Article

> Asus announced a combination Android-powered smartphone and tablet. Article

> Skype announced its service is now available on additional Verizon Wireless phones, including the Droid X2 and the Droid Incredible 2. Post

> Broadcom said NFC technology will become a main revenue driver for the company. Article

> Motorola's Droid 3 reportedly appeared in Verizon Wireless' handset management system. Article

Mobile Content News

> Twitter is poised to launch its own integrated photo-sharing service to rival third-party solutions like Twitpic, Yfrog and Flickr. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> New research from Dell'Oro Group shows that sales of CDMA/EV-DO made up nearly one-third of the mobile infrastructure market's revenues during the first quarter. Article

> New research from In-Stat indicates shipments of Wi-Fi/cellular handsets reached some 247 million units in 2010. Article

> A research project from Ford has shown that LTE is suitable for time-critical automotive communication applications. Article

> Mavenir Systems announced it has acquired mobile messaging company Airwide Solutions and secured another $40 million in its fifth round of funding. Article

European Wireless News

> More than 20 million Europeans are now using their handsets to access their bank accounts, according to a new study from comScore. Article

> Vodafone's Test and Innovation Centre in Dusseldorf, Germany, has been the testing site for car-to-car telematics. Article

> Following four months of tests, the U.K. telecoms regulator Ofcom has determined that O2 provided the best mobile broadband service of the four U.K. operators. Article

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