Microsoft to show tablet software; Asus hints at phone/tablet device

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@FierceWireless: #WiMAX Forum's Resnick: 'Stay tuned' to dual-mode WiMAX/#LTE future. Article | [email protected]

> Research In Motion said it will defend itself against a recent lawsuit alleging false and misleading statements by company officials. Article

> Californian regulators voted to open a review of AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> HTC said it will no longer lock bootloaders on its devices. Article

> Asus hinted at a device launch that toes the line between phone and tablet. Article

> Sprint Nextel said it will waive late fees and other charges for residents of Joplin, Mo., in the aftermath of last weekend's devastating tornado there. Release

> Microsoft reportedly plans to reveal tablet software next week. Article

> Wunderlich Securities issued a downgrade on BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. Article

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> PayPal said it will file suit against Google's latest mobile payments gambit. Post

> There are now more than 200,000 applications in Google's Android Market, but consumers are ignoring half of them. Article

> Cloud entertainment provider mSpot introduced Radio Spotter Beta, which combines cloud music and digital locker services with streaming radio access. Article

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