Clearwire jabs back at LightSquared; T-Mobile G2 now available for pre-order

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> A new program will use text messaging coupons to supply food to Iraqi refugees in Syria. Article

> Clearwire responded to LightSquared's critiques on its network. Article

> The T-Mobile G2 is now available for pre-order. Article

> Texting caused the number distracted driving deaths to rise. Article

> According to a new report, Sony Ericsson has no plans to offer new Symbian phones. Article

> Windows Phone 7 gadgets will offer tethering. Article

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> Location-based mobile social network foursquare is testing a new recommendation feature. Article

> Walt Disney Interactive Media group president Steve Wadsworth announced his resignation from the entertainment giant. Article

> Mobile music discovery solutions provider Shazam Entertainment announced LG Electronics will preload its Android application on smartphones shipping worldwide. Article

> T-Mobile USA is petitioning a federal court to reject a lawsuit brought by mobile marketing firm EZ Texting. Article

> Google revamped its Gmail messaging application for Android smartphones. Article

European Wireless News

> TeliaSonera's full-speed LTE service will cost $87 per month. Article

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