HTC Radar 4G arrives at Cincinnati Bell; AT&T looks to LTE in NYC

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadgetmobile: Verizon-branded Galaxy Nexus runs impressive 4G LTE speed test on just two bars (video). Article | [email protected]

> The FCC said it will weigh in on the decision by BART, the San Francisco transit agency, to block cell phone service in certain cases. Article

> C Spire detailed a rewards program. Release

> Page Plus Cellular reduced the price of its unlimited plan. Article

> The German government is increasingly worried that AT&T Mobility won't be able to buy T-Mobile USA. Article (reg. req.)

> Apple said Siri's answers on abortions are a glitch. Article

> Cincinnati Bell launched the HTC Radar 4G. Article

> A House subcommittee approved spectrum incentive auctions. Article

> A Massachusetts congressman is dissatisfied with answers from Amazon on the Kindle Fire's data harvesting. Article

> An Apple executive in charge of government sales has reportedly left the company. Article

> AT&T Mobility's network appears to be live in parts of New York City. Article

> Best Buy and Mophie said they will recall iPhone battery cases due to a possible fire hazard. Article

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> Apple has removed Match.com's iOS application from its App Store after the dating website failed to adhere to the storefront's subscription billing policies. Article

> Both e-book retailer Kobo and The Wall Street Journal will no longer sell content directly to consumers via their iOS applications. Article

> Booksellers Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble have removed e-book purchase options from applications optimized for Apple's iOS mobile operating system. Article

And finally... Drunk RIM executives disrupted a Beijing flight. Article

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