MetroPCS may sell Samsung Conquer; T-Mobile launches '4G Super Sale'

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> Asian carriers are moving away from unlimited data plans. Article (sub. req.)

> Google's Gmail is offering free voice calling through next year. Article

> The Samsung Conquer is reportedly coming to MetroPCS. Article

> Broadcom raised its fourth quarter outlook. Article

> Under T-Mobile USA's new "4G Super Sale," the carrier will allow customers to pay for devices in installments. Article

> Dell said it would support T-Mobile USA service in its Latitude laptops. Post

> The National Transportation Safety Board recommended a nationwide ban on cell phone talking while driving. Article

> Sprint Nextel and C Spire Wireless are dropping their lawsuits against AT&T. Article

> Ericsson's chief brand officer ditched the company. Article

> American Airlines plans to use iPads in the cockpit. Article

> Gateway Communications Services plans to offer customers branded high-speed wireless services using LightSquared's 4G-LTE network. Release

> FCC Chief of Staff Edward Lazarus is leaving the agency. Article

Mobile Content News

> Majel could be Google's response to Apple's Siri. Article

> Facebook is poised to enter the mobile advertising race. Article

> Google has acquired Clever Sense. Article

> Microsoft is giving iPhone users 25 GB of online storage. Article

> Microsoft said it is examining an SMS bug that could delete Windows Phone messaging functions. Article

And finally... Comedian Louis C.K. said he sold 110,000 digital copies of his standup comedy show and made more than $500,000. Article

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