Boost offers unlimited service for $2 per day; Sony Ericsson hopes to dominate Android

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> Motorola launched the Defy Android smartphone, for European markets. Article

> Nokia plans to bring Swype to Symbian phones. Post

> Sprint Nextel's Boost Mobile introduced a $2 per day unlimited plan. Release

> LG's tablet is on the way. Article

> Sony Ericsson's CEO said the company's goal is to become the world's largest supplier of Android phones. Article

> Apple's Steve Jobs is "very happy" with Intel's acquisition of Infineon, according to Intel's CEO. Article

> Hewlett-Packard's Palm business released version 2.0 of its webOS operating system, showing improvements in multitasking and other functions. Article

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> AOL is buying mobile social networking player Rally Up. Article

> The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering regulating smartphone app stores due to the range of medical services available. Article

> Samsung is considering marrying its TV and smartphone app stores. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent acquired mobile software and application development tools vendor OpenPlug. Article

> Location-based mobile software provider Booyah launched InCrowd, a social game enabling iPhone users to identify new friends in real-world locales. Article

And finally... Martin Scorsese attended a free iMovie demonstration at an Apple store. Onion

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