Samsung passes HTC with Android; Nokia X7 could be headed to AT&T

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> U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke confirmed he called Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse over concerns about Huawei. Article

> Research In Motion's CEO discussed the company's tablet and smartphone strategy at the AllThingsD conference. Article

> A top Microsoft executive declined to talk about the firm's plans for Windows Phone 7 tablets. Article

> Samsung overtook HTC in Android shipments, according to Strategy Analytics. Post

> A Nokia executive admitted the company needs to refine its user interface. Article

> Jan Wäreby was promoted as head of Ericsson's sales and marketing. Release

> AT&T Mobility announced a teaming with Elster for smart grid technologies. Release

> Nokia's X7 could be headed to AT&T. Article

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> Crowdsourced driving application developer Waze closed a $25 million Series B financing. Article

> Amazon.com expanded its Kindle for the Web service. Article

> Mobile application analytics provider Flurry closed a $15 million Series C financing. Article

> Google's Latitude location service appears bound for Apple's iPhone. Article

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