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> The antenna on LightSquared's satellite is mostly functioning, after a brief glitch. Article

> Verizon Wireless said the Microsoft Kin Studio service will shut down next month. Article

> SensorLogic scored $5 million in new funding. Release

> Microsoft plans to release a range of new tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show next year. Article

> Verizon Wireless is reportedly stockpiling iPhones for a post-Christmas launch of the device. Article

> Motorola closed its acquisition of 4Home. Article

> T-Mobile USA's G2 is now $50 with a service contract. Article

> A financial analyst doesn't expect a Verizon iPhone to immediately impact AT&T Mobility. Article

> Best Buy outlined its sales logistics for the release of the Nexus S. Article

> Broadcom introduced an NFC chip and a dual-core processor. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google acquired stealth mobile payments solutions developer Zetawire. Article

> Research In Motion and online retail giant launched Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry. Article

> Apple's iOS and Google's Android each accounted for 38 percent of smartphone impressions across the Millennial Media mobile advertising network in November 2010. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Microsoft introduced new reporting features enabling Windows Phone 7 developer partners to track application performance data. Article

> Nokia-owned navigation and location-based solutions provider Navteq introduced a new remote testing service. Article

> Apple expanded App Store promo code distribution to iTunes users outside the U.S. Article

> Is Android the end of BlackBerry? Commentary

And finally... Samsung's $1,000 "luxury" GalaxyTab tablet. Article

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