Clearwire to let investors sell $536.6M in stock; Imagine sues Motorola for $124M

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> Clearwire registered to let investors sell stock worth as much as $536.6 million. Article

> TelAlaska Cellular joined the Rural Cellular Association. Release

> LightSquared and the United States Global Positioning System Industry Council filed a joint report to the FCC and have formed a technical working group to explore GPS interference. Release

> Nokia developers share their thoughts on the company's deal with Microsoft. Article

> Irish broadband provider Imagine is suing Motorola for $124 million over alleged breach of contract concerning a plan to roll out a WiMAX network. Article

> A former Apple employee pleaded guilty to using his position to pass confidential information to suppliers. He worked at Apple from 2005 to 2010. Article

> One of the two men accused of hacking AT&T's website to grab personal information about thousands of iPad users has been released on bail. Article

Developer News

> Google released its final Android 3.0 SDK, enabling developers to create applications and distribute them via Android Market. Article

> Google dumped developer PhoneFusion's popular Visual Voicemail application from its Android Marketplace storefront, citing a violation of its developer payment guidelines. Article

> Tap Me launched an in-game mobile ad platform, promising developers and marketers the tools to interact with consumers within the context of gameplay. Article

> Research In Motion unveiled its BlackBerry Analytics SDK beta. Article

> Will RIM ever simplify BlackBerry app development? Commentary 

And finally... Nearly 40 percent of novice Angry Birds players make an in-app purchase that allows them to skip a level if the game is too hard. Article

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