Cablevision teams with Sprint for discounts; Samsung's Galaxy Tab banned by German court

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> Cablevision said it is teaming up with Sprint Nextel to offer discounted wireless service to Cablevision's Optimum Business customers. Article

> In a victory for Apple, a German court upheld an injunction on Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablet. Article

> A federal appeals court ruled Verizon Wireless customers must use arbitration in disputes with the carrier instead of class action lawsuits. Article

> Apple is reportedly working on new technology to deliver video to TVs. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission will investigate complaints of InterDigital of patent infringement against Nokia, ZTE and Huawei. Article

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> Hewlett-Packard is giving away six webOS apps, at a value of up to $14.99. Post

> Flipboard is reportedly planning to add movies and TV shows to its iPad and forthcoming iPhone app. Article

> Google confirmed it is shutting down its Slide social media unit. Article

> An iPhone hacker, and author of JailbreakMe, is starting work at Apple. Article

> Pandora's ad space is now worth more than radio ad space. Article

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