HTC to support Microsoft's Mango; T-Mobile suffers LG G2X outage

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> Wireless providers could be exempt from a new law that would require Internet companies to log data about their customers. Article

> Sen. Al Franken asked Apple and Google to require a privacy policy for their mobile apps. Article

> Police officials are coming out against police scanner applications. Article

> HTC's CEO said the company will support Microsoft's Windows Phone Mango offering. Article

> Hewlett-Packard said its forthcoming webOS-based TouchPad tablet will support enterprise features. Post

> Sprint Nextel and Motorola scheduled a press event for June 9. Article

> The HTC Merge landed at U.S. Cellular for $250. Article

> T-Mobile USA appears to be having difficulty keeping the LG G2X in stock due to high demand. Article

> A hedge fund manager is urging for Microsoft to oust CEO Steve Ballmer. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nokia will provide mapping data to CNN, and in exchange CNN will supply a Symbian app. Article

> Google unveiled version 5.5 of its Maps solution for Android devices. Article

> Mobile software and services provider Buongiorno introduced VZW Pix Unlimited via Verizon Wireless' Get It Now portal. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> So far, the cable industry's participation in the mobile broadband market has been disappointing. Commentary

> The head of the WiMAX Forum said to "stay tuned" to the group's plans for LTE. Hot Seat

> Everything Everywhere and BT have agreed to cooperate on the U.K.'s first LTE trial involving consumers. Article

European Wireless News

> Google indicated it might be willing to co-operate in future network investments. Article

> The grand plan for Europe to have its own smartphone operating system has taken a fatal nosedive. Article

> France Telecom Orange and TeliaSonera's Yoigo are positioned to acquire LTE spectrum in Spain's first round of spectrum auctions. Article

And finally... New research points to charging without wires. Article

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