AT&T tops PCMag survey; HP reaffirms commitment to smartphones

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> AT&T Mobility received top marks from PCMag.com for having the fastest mobile broadband network; however, it was also the least consistent, according to the tests. Article

> Hewlett-Packard felt the need to take back some comments CEO Mark Hurd made, and said that the company is excited to produce webOS smartphones. Article

> Samsung is reportedly working on its own tablet device, tentatively called the sPad, according to the Korea Herald. Article

> By 2015, 75 percent of WCDMA base stations will have been upgraded to HSPA+, according to ABI Research. Release

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> MasterCard introduced its new MoneySend offering for the iPhone and iPad. Article

> Velti acquired mobile advertising firm Media Cannon. Article

> Foursquare was blocked in China on the Tiananmen Square anniversary. Article

And finally... AT&T has apologized to a customer who was threatened with a potential cease and desist letter after he sent an email to AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. Article

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