iSuppli says Apple buys almost $4B in LCD displays; Microsoft points to Yahoo on WP7 data leak

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> Netgear's CEO reportedly issued an apology on some of his comments about Apple and its CEO. Article

> Atlantic Tele-Network announced Alltel veteran Paul Bowersock joined the company as president of international operations. Release

> Intucell nabbed $6 million in venture funding for mobile network optimization. Article

> InterDigital inked a patent-licensing agreement with Acer. Release

> Microsoft fingered Yahoo as the source of data leaks in its Windows Phone 7 platform. Article

> Palm products have reportedly disappeared from Verizon Wireless' website. Article

> Leap Wireless named Raymond Roman executive vice president and chief operating officer. Release

> ARM's profits jumped on iPad, smartphone demand. Article

> Samsung teased its next Galaxy S smartphone. Article

> Nielsen offered numbers on smartphone penetration by race and ethnicity. Post

> According to IHS iSuppli, Apple is putting close to $4 billion toward LCD displays. Release

> LG will sell its Android-powered Optimus V through Virgin Mobile USA for $149. Release

> Corning will acquire MobileAccess for an undisclosed amount. Article

> LG will release its Optimus 3D phone--which can display 3D images without special glasses--at this month's Mobile World Congress trade show. Article

> Around 16 percent of Samsung's GalaxyTab tablets reportedly are returned. Article

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> Apple rejected Sony's Reader app from its iPhone App Store. Article

> Digital entertainment solutions provider Rovi Corporation launched What's On TV, a free television listings guide optimized for Apple's iPad tablet. Article

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> LG plans to introduce a mobile payments service in Europe next year. Article

And finally... Motorola's latest ad for its Xoom Android tablet appears to take on Apple's iPad. Video


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