Pandigital announces Android tablet for AT&T; WP7 prices slashed at AT&T

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> Aptilo Networks said it will acquire Service Factory, a division of Birdstep Technology. Release

> USA Luge ended its 30-year sponsoring partnership with Verizon. Article

> Pandigital announced its new Multimedia Novel 9-inch Android tablet, offering integrated wireless connectivity through AT&T Mobility. Release

> Apple's stock is soaring in the New Year. Article

> AT&T reduced to $100 the price of two of its Windows Phone 7 devices. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google is reportedly at work on a mobile payment service. Article

> AT&T will partner with BMW to wirelessly deliver in-vehicle safety and infotainment to future models. Article

> Toyota introduced Entune, a new multimedia platform leveraging mobile phones to deliver in-vehicle entertainment, navigation and information services. Article

> Sports media giant ESPN is the latest addition to the Sprint ID app bundle program. Article

> Mobile social gaming startup Scvngr has completed a $15 million financing round led by European venture firm Balderton Capital. Article

> Television broadcaster association the Open Mobile Video Coalition has established the OMVC Mobile DTV Forum. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Samsung issued version 1.2.1 of its bada open mobile platform software development kit. Article

> Apple is looking to hire a pair of experienced software developers as the company builds out its portfolio of cloud-hosted services. Article

> Apple and four of its iOS application developer partners are the targets of a lawsuit alleging violations of computer fraud and privacy laws. Article

And finally... At CES: A phone-controlled robot ball. Article

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