Marvell debuts low-end chipset; TIA says wireless data spending will skyrocket

> Marvell announced a new, low-end chipset it said will allow manufacturers to develop cheaper smartphones. Article

> A class-action lawsuit filed yesterday in a Seattle court claims AT&T Mobility wrongly collected taxes on wireless data plans. Article

> A report from the Telecommunications Industry Association found wireless data spending will more than double over the next four years to $93 billion, from $43 billion in 2009. Release

> Avatar Director James Cameron was added to the CTIA Wireless 2010 keynote speaker lineup. Release

> Analytics firm Flurry said developers initiated more than 1,600 new iPhone OS application projects in January, almost triple that of December. Article

> Days after filing to spin off its Rhapsody music unit, RealNetworks announced plans to do the same with its games business as it continues to streamline costs. Article

And finally... This BlackBerry was in the right place at the right time. Article

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