LightSquared inks deal with YourTel America; Intel acquires Telmap

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> LightSquared announced a wholesale agreement with YourTel America, which provides telecommunications services through 14 branded retail outlets, call centers and network operations in Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, Oklahoma, Rhode Island and Washington. Release

> AT&T plans to a file a motion to dismiss lawsuits brought by Sprint Nextel and C Spire Wireless to block AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA.  Article

> Samsung offered Apple a deal in order to get its tablet sold in Australia. Article (sub. req.)

> Two executives have left Research In Motion, one in charge of developer relations and one in charge of business outreach. Article

> Windows Phone accounts for roughly one-third of HTC's sales. Article

> Microsoft is reportedly earning around $444 million from its Android patent-licensing deals. Article

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> A text messaging spammer was fined $59,000. Article

> Intel acquired Telmap for location-based services. Article

> The NFC Forum introduced peer-to-peer sharing. Article

> Quora is now available on the iPhone. Article

> A new survey found most iOS game makers make only a few thousand dollars. Article

> Kik Messenger returned to the BlackBerry. Article

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