Samsung reportedly plans Nexus S; EU ditches net neutrality plans

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> Engadget reported on a possible follow-up to the Nexus One--the Samsung-built Nexus S. Article

> Microsoft's Kin One and Two are reportedly headed back to Verizon Wireless. Article

> Dell said it will replace faulty Venue Pro handsets. Article

> T-Mobile USA introduced a range of holiday promotions. Article

> The European Union decided against net neutrality rules. Article

> Verizon Wireless is now selling the Samsung GalaxyTab. Article

> AT&T Mobility is reportedly poised to sell the Samsung GalaxyTab starting Nov. 21 for $650. Article

> A number of U.K. operators do not plan to sell Hewlett-Packard's Palm Pre 2, according to Pocket-lint. Article

Mobile Content News

> China Unicom unveiled WoStore, a mobile application storefront. Article

> Apple's iOS 4.2 operating system upgrade is reportedly on hold as the computing giant scrambles to fix WiFi connection issues. Article

> Mobile video advertising network Rhythm NewMedia completed a third round of financing valued at $10 million. Article

> Microsoft's Bing search is now headed to carriers beyond Verizon Wireless. Article

And finally... Watch Nokia abuse its phones. Video

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