Razr M 4G LTE reportedly on tap from Motorola; RadioShack could offer everything unlimited for $60

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> RadioShack's rumored wireless service reportedly will offer unlimited everything for $60 a month. Article

> Best Buy's founder has been cleared to attempt to take control of the company. Article (sub. req.)

> Altair Semiconductor said its 4G LTE products have been certified for Verizon Wireless' network. Release

> Google's Motorola Mobility is reportedly planning to release the Razr M 4G LTE. Article

> China's ZTE said it is not worried about patent litigation from Apple. Article

> MetroPCS appears to be preparing to sell the ZTE N910. Article

> Regulators are scheduled to reconsider rules for electronics on airplanes. Article

> Verizon Wireless could soon release the Samsung Galaxy Stellar. Article

Mobile Content News

> Two months after Apple removed the Clueful privacy tracking application from its App Store, developer Bitdefender has relaunched the service for free on the mobile Web. Article

> OnLive founder and CEO Steve Perlman is exiting his post just days after the beleaguered cloud gaming firm announced he would remain at its helm. Article

> Nokia is rolling out Belle Refresh, the latest version of its fading Symbian mobile operating system. Article

Mobile Developer News

> How to strike the right balance with app notifications. Editor's Corner

> Apps could soon become a big part of IT outsourcing. Article

And finally… Photos have surfaced of Aston Kutcher playing Apple's Steve Jobs. Article

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