iPhone reportedly heading to Sprint, T-Mobile USA; Samsung's LTE Droid Charge goes on sale

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> Nvidia's CEO discussed why Android tablets aren't selling well. Article

> Vodafone's results will highlight the cost of the iPhone to Verizon Wireless. Article

> New legislation could authorize the FCC to "repack" some broadcasters' airwaves. Article

> Samsung's LTE-capable Droid Charge is now available through Verizon Wireless. Article

> Sony Ericsson resolved its trademark dispute with Clearwire. Article

> Samsung said it will deliver Android 2.3 to its Galaxy smartphone and tablets. Release

> AT&T is attempting to obtain support from Silicon Valley Internet firms for its proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> AT&T and Sprint Nextel continue to review their relationship with Jawa. Article

> T-Mobile USA will reportedly release the HTC Sensation on June 8. Article

> Microsoft detailed the business features in its planned Mango Windows Phone upgrade. Post

> Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile USA will reportedly sell the next Apple iPhone. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google introduced News Near You, a mobile solution touting headlines relevant to the user's city and surrounding areas. Article

> Cloud application development, deployment and management platform StackMob has closed a $7.5 million financing round. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> LTE solutions developer Wazco teamed with Interphase, AirHop Communications and DataSoft to develop a multi-sector, small-cell LTE base station. Article

> Jefferies & Co. analyst Peter Misek said Apple's next iPhone introduction in September won't include LTE functionality. Article

European Wireless News

> The European Commission will soon propose legislation capping retail prices for data roaming, according to a Reuters report. Article

> Telefónica reported mixed results in its major European markets. Article

> New research from Ofcom suggests that the next generation of mobile technology will deliver more than 200 percent of the capacity of existing 3G technologies. Article

And finally... Motorola went back to basics with the no-frills Gleam GSM phone. Article

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