HTC Holiday could be AT&T's first LTE phone; Nokia suspends developer forum following hack

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> The HTC Holiday is reportedly AT&T Mobility's first LTE smartphone. Article

> Nokia suspended interactions on its developer forum after a hack of its members' data. Article

> Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been again delayed in Australia due to Apple's legal battle over the device. Article

> Motorola is reportedly poised to begin upgrading its Xoom tablets to LTE. Article

> Samsung is reportedly eyeing Hewlett-Packard's webOS, and is hiring ex-HP workers. Article

Mobile Content News

> Samsung said it will offer an instant messaging program in a block to Apple's iMessage and Research In Motion's BlackBerry Messenger. Article

> Electronic Arts' EA Mobile division introduced a free version of the classic puzzle game Tetris optimized exclusively for smartphones running Google's Android mobile operating system. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Aruba Networks' fiscal fourth-quarter earnings increased over last year's small profit due to strong Wi-Fi sales in the enterprise. Article

> Carlson Wireless said it is developing the next generation of its Rural Connect IP radio that takes advantage of TV white-space spectrum. Article

> An IT think tank agreed with LightSquared's claim that the commercial GPS industry is at fault for the interference problems GPS devices would face if LightSquared's wholesale LTE network comes to market. Article

European Wireless News

> Wi-Fi could threaten 3G data revenues. Commentary

> Vodafone announced a new deal with Google that will see its Android billing agreement extended to cover the mobile operator's worldwide operations. Article

> Almost 20 million U.K. mobile phone users have never switched to another provider, according to new research. Article

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