Best Buy to sell Apple iPad; LG reportedly planning WP7 device for Sprint

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> Best Buy will sell Apple's iPad later this month. Article

> CTIA said it was pleased with the FCC's decision to deny requests by Globalstar and Open Range regarding the use of ground and satellite components. Release

> Ericsson's latest modules target tablets. Article

> Nokia hired a former Palm executive to head its MeeGo user experience efforts. Article

> LG is rumored to be prepping a Windows Phone 7 gadget for Sprint Nextel. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks is building a global network operations center in Russia. Article (sub. req.)

> Clearwire's WiMAX service arrived in New York and Los Angeles. Article

> Dell is working to sell its Streak tablet to the medical industry. Release

> Intel debuted an app store primarily intended for netbooks. Article

Mobile Content News

> TeleNav introduced a drive-time search and navigation mobile advertising platform enabling marketers to reach consumers on the go. Article

> Apple is reportedly poised to unveil a new application-based digital newspaper subscription service. Article

> Google CEO Eric Schmidt confirmed rampant rumors the digital services giant is moving into the social networking segment. Article

> Adobe announced a critical security issue with its Flash player for Android. Post

> Nokia issued version v.306 of its free Ovi Maps turn-by-turn navigation solution. Article

> A DataViz executive said Research In Motion acquired assets from the company, but not the company itself. Article

Mobile Developer News

> The Unreal developer kit is coming to iOS, Epic Games said. Article

European Wireless News

> Deutsche Telekom said a police raid on its CEO's house was "disproportionate." Article

> China Mobile said it will continue working with Vodafone on LTE. Article

And finally... Apple said Steve Jobs did not smuggle ninja stars. Article

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