HTC intros Mango phones, Titan and Radar; Canada's Shaw drops plans for wireless network

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> HTC announced two new Windows Phone "Mango" devices, the Titan and the Radar. Article

> Canada's Shaw dropped its plans to build a wireless network in favor of a Wi-Fi effort. "The economics of a conventional wireless business as a new entrant are extremely challenging," the company said. Article

> An HTC executive said he expects a strong fourth quarter for the company. Article

> Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 and its Galaxy Note are not headed to the United States. Article

> A European Union chief said Google's acquisition of Motorola won't affect the agency's investigation into Google for antitrust. Article

> A number of Android vendors said they are not concerned about Google's planned acquisition of Motorola. Article

> Wi-LAN said it sued Apple, HTC, Alcatel-Lucent and others for patent infringement. Release

> Lenovo introduces a $200 Android tablet, the IdeaPad A1. Article

> Samsung is using Spreadtrum Communications' TD-SCDMA baseband chip in its Galaxy S II smartphone for China Mobile. Release

> Best Buy will cut up to $150 off the cost of the Research In Motion BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Article

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> The game Doodle Jump is headed to the iPad. Article

> Apple's CEO Tim Cook promoted the company's iTunes and iCloud chief, Eddy Cue, to the role of senior vice president of Internet software and services. Article

And finally... Two men involved with Apple's lost iPhone 4 prototype last year pled not guilty. Article

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