HTC teases first LTE phone; TerreStar sends its bankruptcy plan to creditors

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> HTC may be planning to release an LTE smartphone before the second half of 2011. The company is teasing an LTE phone launch by Verizon Wireless at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month. Article

> TerreStar Networks received approval to send its reorganization plan to creditors. Article

> A picture of Samsung's forthcoming LTE smartphone leaked on the Web. Article

> News Corp. sold its wireless entertainment division, Fox Mobile Group, to a real estate investment firm called the Jesta Group. Article

> MetroPCS closed its acquisition of Royal Street Communications. Article

> Verizon applications are showing up in Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace storefront. Article

> AT&T Mobility now supports Google's Android Market carrier billing feature. Post

> Lookout Mobile Security scored another $19.5 million in funding. Article

And finally... President Obama cited Apple CEO Steve Jobs as an example of the American dream at his Wednesday news conference. Article

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