Motorola's legal fight with Liska continues; Dell releasing smartphone in China, Brazil

> Motorola's court battle with its former CFO, Paul Liska, who has accused Motorola of wrongful termination, continues to drag on. Article

> Dell will release its first smartphone, the Android-powered Mini 3, in China through China Mobile and in Brazil through Claro, part of the America Movil network. Article

> Apple's App Store continues to grow, and application prices are falling. Commentary

> The FCC held a workshop to discuss the use of broadband for public safety. Article

And finally... Procter & Gamble's Tide brand has launched an iPhone app to help users find and share ways to remove stains. Article

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