Leap selling shares to raise cash; 'Idol' stands by results, despite AT&T's actions

> Leap Wireless announced it will offer 6.1 million shares, and may use the proceeds to expand its network, acquire more spectrum or other businesses, or for other purposes. Article

> The producers of "American Idol" said they stand by the results of the competition even though AT&T Mobility provided text messaging services and tips to the winning candidate's fans and not the those of the runner-up. Article

> The relatively small amounts of revenue from M2M devices isn't really so bad for wireless carriers because such devices require little marketing and not much bandwidth. Commentary

> Verizon Wireless announced the launch of three new LG phones. Article

> The lack of support for legacy voice and SMS services could hamper LTE deployment, argues T-Mobile International. Article

> The Open Patent Alliance will publish its recommendations for how to handle patent claims related to WiMAX. Article

> Rumors are swirling that O2 Telefonica may have secured an exclusive deal for the Palm Pre, but may have been spurred by the possible impending loss of UK exclusivity for the iPhone. Article

> Leading French mobile operators have agreed to participate in a series of NFC-based mobile payment trials. Article

And finally... Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo on what a "wakeup call" the iPhone was. Video

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