Best Buy may price HTC Thunderbolt at $300; Samsung outs Galaxy Pro

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> Best Buy appears to be planning to sell the Verizon Wireless HTC Thunderbolt for $300 with a service contract. Article

> A California court ruled that Sprint Nextel illegally levied early termination fees on 400,000 subscribers. Article

> Atheros delayed its shareholder vote on Qualcomm's proposed acquisition. Article

> Lowell McAdam joined Verizon Communications board. Article

> Samsung showed off its new Galaxy Pro. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google is pushing an Android Market security update designed to undo any damage caused by a wave of malware-infected applications discovered last week. Article

> Mobile music services provider we7 introduced a free personal radio application optimized for Android smartphones. Article

> Nokia said it will sell its Qt commercial licensing and services business to Digia. Article

> Research In Motion launched BlackBerry Protect. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> T-Mobile USA is expected to introduce new webConnect broadband plans that appear to have the effect of qualifying some subscribers with an existing voice plan to save 20 percent on new broadband options. Article

> If mobile operators are to manage growing data traffic loads, drive profits and personalize customer experiences, they need to combine customer data with network policy management and control, according to a new report from Ovum. Article

> Mobile giant China Mobile Communications' Chairman Wang Jianzhou said Apple is interested in developing a version of the iPhone based on TD-LTE technology. Article

> Wi-Fi networking vendor Tropos Networks announced a partnership with IT company Four Points Technology to target the federal market. Article

European Wireless News

> The Russian operator Yota has surprised the industry with an announcement that it plans to build a giant LTE network that will cover 180 cities by 2014. Article

> Deutsche Telekom revealed its roadmap for commercial LTE services. Article

> Deutsche Bahn and Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund agreed to create a single ticketing system based upon their existing NFC projects. Article

> France Telecom Orange announced a deal with its competitor to provide it with 2G and 3G roaming across France. Article

And finally... The Geeksphone Zero. No, really. Article

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