GLAAD president resigns for support AT&T/T-Mobile deal; Marvell to make chips for next-gen BlackBerrys

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> Skype is reportedly firing senior executives before its deal with Microsoft closes. Article

> Facebook's music plans reportedly involve Spotify. Article

> One of Research In Motion's largest shareholders called for the company to reorder its leadership structure. Article

> Marvell said it will supply chips to Research In Motion's next-generation BlackBerrys. Article

> Nokia could be planning a 1 GHz Series 40 phone. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks lead a $14 million round of funding into ClariPhy Communications. Release

> GLAAD's president said he will resign over the group's support of AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Kineto Wireless scored a deal with Huawei. Article

Mobile Content New

> Hulu appears to have agreed to follow Apple's rules for iOS apps. Article

> Verizon Wireless unveiled Net Safety Tips On the Go, a free Android application delivering information and insight designed to help consumers guard their privacy on the mobile Web. Article

> Adobe Systems extended its Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 software solutions to Apple's iPhone and iPad. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Device Wi-Fi company Devicescape said it collaborated with mobile operators to provide insight into just how much users are using Wi-Fi to transmit data. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone Germany will focus future investments on improving its LTE network at the expense of its fixed-line infrastructure. Article

> Nokia said it will fight a U.K. court's ruling. Article

> Telefónica O2 is about to launch a developer toolkit that promises to bring smartphone-like services to older feature phones. Article

And finally... T-Shirt uses sound waves to charge smartphones. Article

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