CIOs gab on enterprise at CTIA; Sprint reportedly prices Samsung GalaxyTab

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> Executives from across the American corporate landscape discussed at the CTIA show the growing impact of mobile technologies on their businesses. Article

> Officials from the United Arab Emirates said the country will not suspend BlackBerry services this month. Article

> According to Boy Genius Report, Sprint Nextel will sell the Samsung GalaxyTab starting at $399. Article

> Garmin-Asus is reportedly poised to offer another one or two Android gadgets this year. Article

> Bell Canada is testing LTE. Article

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> A team of Microsoft executives led by CEO Steve Ballmer recently met with Adobe Systems chief Shantanu Narayen. Article

> Verizon Wireless' V Cast Video service will add programming from cable networks Disney XD and ABC Family. Article

> Open-source software development initiative Mozilla unveiled its Firefox 4 beta mobile Web browser for smartphones. Article

> Mobile subscribers in Japan are exponentially more connected to digital media than their counterparts across the globe. Article

> Sprint Nextel re-emerges as a mobile content powerhouse. Commentary

And finally... Why is there a "porn" button on the GalaxyTab in Romania? Article

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