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> AT&T Mobility discontinued its Video Share service. Article

> Packet One Networks in Malaysia announced it will switch from WiMAX to LTE. Article

> Samsung will launch its Galaxy S II in South Korea in April. Article

> HTC's first quarter profits tripled on strong sales of Android phones. Article

> Verizon Wireless iPad 2 users are reportedly suffering some connection troubles. Article

> Verizon Wireless and AT&T said they are pleased with sales of Motorola's latest tablet and smartphone, the Xoom and Atrix. Article

> An Ovum analyst sought to cool off some of the hype around LTE. Article

> Motorola launched its new SocialTV Companion Service, which the company said will work on tablets and mobile devices. Release

> BlackBerry maker Research In Motion announced a new conference call service. Article

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> Barnes & Noble introduced a software development kit and related tools enabling programmers to deploy and market applications via the company's Android-powered Nook Color e-reader. Article

> Sports media giant ESPN launched WatchESPN, a new application enabling Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Verizon FiOS TV subscribers to access live programming via iPhone and iPod touch devices. Article

> Microsoft unveiled a new version its Bing search engine optimized for Apple's iPad tablet. Article

> Google is building a version of its Linux-based Chrome operating system optimized for tablet devices. Article

And finally... Clorox dumped BlackBerry for iPhone and Android. Article

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