Dish won't sell wireless spectrum; T-Mobile to sell Samsung Blaze 4G

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@FierceWireless: #LTE devices dominate at #CES, price points starting to drop. Article | [email protected]

> Dish Network's CEO said he is not interested in selling the company's spectrum. Article (sub. req.)

> Verizon Wireless said Shadman Zafar, previously head of product development for Verizon Communications, will head up the wireless carrier's joint venture with cable companies, stemming from Verizon's purchase of AWS spectrum from SpectrumCo. Article

> T-Mobile said it will sell the Samsung Blaze 4G. Article

> Computer maker Dell said it will make a tablet by the end of 2012. Article

> Research In Motion's PlayBook tablet is too little too late, according to some analysts. Article

> Google's chairman doesn't see Android as fragmented. Article

> One analyst expects Nokia to sell 37 million Windows Phone devices this year. Article

> ZTE smartphone sales could double this year. Article

> Kodak sued Apple and HTC over patent infringement. Article

> Sprint Nextel plans to eventually introduce prepaid services on its forthcoming LTE network. Article

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> T-Mobile USA announced its Bobsled Messaging service for Android. Article

> Amazon.com introduced a new browser-based Kindle Store developed for Apple's iPad. Article

> Mobile discovery solutions provider Shazam is unveiling Shazam Player. Article

And finally... More than 250 Apple employees are in attendance at CES this year. Article

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