Samsung could be the next T-Mobile Sidekick vendor; Apple job posting points to NFC

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> Verizon Communications announced it will buy cloud services company Terremark. Article

> Inmarsat said LightSquared made its first payment on their spectrum-sharing deal. Article

> Telit Wireless Solutions will purchase the M2M module business of Motorola Solutions. Release

> Crown Castle beat estimates with its fourth quarter results. Article

> Samsung is reportedly the manufacturer of T-Mobile USA's forthcoming Sidekick device. Article

> Verizon will provide wireless services to Windstream's corporate and field workers. Release

> ZTE recorded a solid quarter. Article

> An Apple job post pointed to NFC work. Article

> Motorola Solutions posted a fourth quarter profit. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> BilltoMobile and Boku partnered to enable the latter's merchant partners and customers to bill digital goods purchases directly to their monthly Verizon Wireless bill. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched VZ Navigator VX, an updated version of its premium navigation optimized for select Android smartphones. Article

> Sales of Kindle ebook titles now outnumber traditional paperback releases, online retail giant Amazon.com reports. Article

> Media kingpin News Corp. will unveil its iPad-optimized digital news journal The Daily on Feb. 2. Article

And finally... The FCC released a 12-minute video about an LTE network for public safety. It's awesome. Video

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