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> Several former Danger employees are back with Danger founder Andy Rubin at Google. Article

> Google partners Samsung and Acer unveiled new netbook computers, dubbed Chromebooks, running Google's Chrome OS. Article

> Apple faces another lawsuit over location data. Article

> Best Buy has listed the unannounced HTC Trophy from Verizon Wireless. Article

> Verizon Wireless won a preliminary injunction against Jawa. Article

> Ericsson won a deal with LG U+ in South Korea for an LTE network. Article

> Texas Instruments and Ubiquisys said they will team on the creation of small base stations. Article

> Apple reportedly will have difficulty meeting iPhone and iPad demand. Article

> FCC Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker will leave the commission for a lobbying job with Comcast. Release

Mobile Content News

> The iPad 2 played a critical role in the development of the movie "Cars 2." Article

> Google introduced a series of app discovery enhancements at its annual I/O developer conference. Article

> ESPN, The Weather Channel and MSNBC are among a number of organizations no longer offering breaking news text alerts to Sprint Nextel subscribers. Article

> Twitter introduced a new version of its mobile Web application. Article

> Sales of PlayStation One games on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play appear anemic. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> WiMAX operator Towerstream announced plans to purchase fixed wireless business assets from One Velocity. Article

> AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile USA tout ubiquitous LTE, but when will it happen? Commentary

European Wireless News

> The German market is not big enough to support four mobile operators, claims Rene Schuster, head of Telefonica O2's Germany division. Article

> Deutsche Telekom admitted that it was obliged to stand by its commitment if the Greek government used its rights to force DT into purchasing the holding. Article

> France Telecom, the majority owner of Belgium-based Mobistar, robustly denied that it had received any offers for its shareholding in the company. Article

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