HTC Incredible drops to $149.99 on Amazon; KeyOn buys wireless broadband company's assets

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> The HTC Droid Incredible, which is currently sold out on Verizon Wireless' site, has been dropped down $50 to $149.99 on Article

> KeyOn Communications purchased substantially all of the wireless broadband assets of Dynamic Broadband Corporation, a wireless Internet service provider with operations in Iowa and Minnesota adjacent to KeyOn's current Iowa markets. Release

> AT&T Mobility launched the Pantech breEZe II for $19.99 with new two-year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate. Release

> Bell Mobility has ordered a recall of Novatel's MiFi 2372 product. Article

Developer News

> Microsoft refreshes Windows Phone Developer Tools CTP. Article

> AdMob opens AdWhirl to all mobile ad networks. Article

> Symbian targets Web developers with new mobile app tools. Article

Mobile Content News

> Sports Illustrated teams with Watercooler for fantasy gaming. Article

> Juniper forecasts mobile payments to reach $630 billion by 2014. Article

> Why Foursquare isn't checking in to the iPad. Article

And finally...
A caller ID spoofing service will launch a Twitter campaign informing its followers on various ways to catch a cheating lover. Release

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