NTSB to dump BlackBerry for iPhone; Best Buy cuts $50 off iPad

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@FierceWireless: Privacy watch: This revamped Senate bill would let the feds read your e-mail without warrants. Article @CNET | [email protected]

> Best Buy trimmed $50 off the third-generation iPad. Article

> Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said the FCC should investigate how to better protect wireless networks from disasters. Article

> Research In Motion's BlackBerrys have been "failing both at inopportune times and at an unacceptable rate," according to the National Transportation Safety Board, which said it could drop the gadgets for Apple's iPhone. Article

> DirecTV said it will charge up to $119.99 for 25 GB of satellite broadband per month. Article

> AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Boingo are teaming to cover New York City subways with wireless. Article

> A patent-infringement trial between Microsoft and Google is wrapping up. Article

> Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile are reportedly going to start selling LTE service next year. Article

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> Zynga is promoting Tim LeTourneau to chief creative officer. He replaces Mike Verdu, who left the embattled social gaming firm in August to launch his own startup. Article

> Facebook is testing new photo syncing capabilities that automatically upload images snapped with devices running Apple's  iOS to the user's Facebook account. Article

And finally… A man was convicted for hacking into AT&T's iPad data. Article

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