Qualcomm simplifies Snapdragon chipset names; Is the next iPhone out for carrier testing?

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> The next iPhone is out for carrier testing, according to a report in the British newspaper The Guardian. Article

> RadioShack and Target have reportedly reduced prices on the iPhone 4. Article

> H2O Wireless announced it tripled the Web access on its $50 per month plan to 250 MB of data. Release

> Qualcomm simplified its naming scheme for its Snapdragon processor line. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission agreed to investigate Apple's claims against Samsung. Article

> LightSquared said it successfully transitioned approximately 50,000 public safety and enterprise customers from its MSAT satellites to LightSquared's new SkyTerra 1 satellite. Release

> The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), came out in favor of the AT&T/T-Mobile deal. Article

> Lookout Mobile Security found that Android users are two-and-a-half times as likely to encounter malware today than just six months ago. Release

> Mobile backhaul market revenues are expected to approach $9 billion by 2015, according to a new report from the Dell'Oro Group. Release

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> Apple released the beta version of its forthcoming iCloud digital media storage platform to developer partners, in the process revealing its storage upgrade pricing plans. Article

> Publishing giant Time Inc. is vowing to launch tablet-optimized editions of all 21 of its U.S. magazine properties by the end of 2011. Article

> Twitter introduced a new HTML5-based web application optimized for Apple' iPad tablet. Article

> Regional operator U.S. Cellular and MobiTV are teaming to introduce U.S. Cellular Mobile TV, a downloadable mobile application featuring live television, video-on-demand content and offline viewing options. Article

And finally... Nearly 30,000 students in Scotland were sent their exam results a day early after an automated text messaging service messed up the delivery. Article