Clearwire prices $300M offering; IntelePeer wants to raise $82.5M in IPO

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@FierceWireless: @gigaom: Apple pulls just ahead of Google in U.S. smartphones  Article | [email protected]

 > Motorola Solutions announced fourth-quarter sales of $2.3 billion, up 5 percent from the same quarter in the previous year. Release

> Clearwire has priced an offering of $300 million senior secured notes due in 2016. Release

> Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) is concerned about possible inappropriate lobbying by LightSquared. Article

> Motorola plans to continue investing in "smart actions," or  rules designed to make it easier for novice users to make their phones act the way they want them to. Article

>  Nvidia cut its outlook for current-quarter sales, saying it has been hit by a shortage of hard drives as well as a decline in Tegra 2 chipset sales. Article

> IntelePeer priced its IPO at $9 to $11 per share in hopes of raising as much as $82.5 million. Article

Mobile Content News

> Thirty-six percent of consumers who purchased Apple's iPhone 4S jumped ship from a device running Google's Android, Research In Motion's BlackBerry or Palm's webOS, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners. Article

> The Mobile Marketing Association trade association issued its finalized MMA Mobile Application Privacy Policy guidelines. Article

> Verizon Investments led a round of Series C funding in Skyfire, a mobile web and video optimization firm. Article

> NimbleBit has issued an open letter alleging Zynga's new Dream Heights copies its blockbuster Tiny Tower. Article

> Shopkick announced that its location-based rewards application now touts 3 million active users. Article

And finally... Have more money than you know what to do with? Consider the $2,400 BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9981 smartphone. Article

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