Novatel sues Franklin over MiFi patents; Huawei expands line of Ideos Android phones

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> HTC reportedly plans to ship 60 million handsets next year. Article

> Novatel is suing Franklin Wireless over patents related to Novatel's MiFi device. Article

> Page Plus Cellular introduced an $80 calling plan. Release

> LG said it will update all of its Optimus phones to Android version 2.3. Article

> FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has expressed concerns over the wireless portion of FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's net neutrality proposal. Article

> Costco will stop selling Apple products. Article

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> Microsoft said it will begin paying Windows Phone 7 developers in January. Post

> Yahoo unveiled three new rich media mobile advertising formats. Article

> Qualcomm released details of its FLO TV device rebate program. Article

And finally... FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Glee's Jane Lynch, together at last. Post

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