Samsung Stratosphere pegged for Verizon Wireless; BlackBerry beats iPhone in India

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> RadioShack's inventory could point to a Sprint Nextel iPhone. Article

> AT&T Mobility has started throttling its users' data speeds. Article

> Research In Motion is beating Apple in India. Article

> Moody's investment service is warning against Nokia's investment in Nokia Siemens Networks. Article

> The Samsung Stratosphere for Verizon Wireless appears to have been leaked. Article

> The Sony Ericsson Xperia ray is now selling in the United States for $430 unlocked. Article

> HTC is investigating a security issue in its phones. Article

> Strategy Analytics said Amazon will sell 15 million Kindle Fire tablets by 2013. Article

> Best Buy plans to reduce the price of the HTC Flyer tablet to $299.99. Article

> Amazon received 95,000 Kindle Fire orders on the device's first day of pre-order availability. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nokia is reportedly paying developers to build Windows Phone apps. Article

> The latest app for the Hewlett-Packard TouchPad? Splashtop Remote Desktop HD. Post

> Radvision announced its new mobile video conferencing app for iOS gadgets, the SCOPIA Mobile V3. Article

> Apple's iOS operating system now accounts for 54.65 percent of worldwide mobile web traffic. Article

> Yahoo and ABC News announced a new strategic alliance bringing original news and information programming to PCs, mobile devices and tablets. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Japan's Softbank said it will build a wireless network supporting speeds of up to 110 Mbps. Article

> Qualcomm has won a reprieve in its battle to hold onto its wireless broadband licenses it purchased last year for $1.5 billion from India's BWA auction. Article

> Senators are questioning LightSquared's plans to retrofit commercial GPS receivers. Article

European Wireless News

> Everything Everywhere's (EE) new CEO, Olaf Swantee, is injecting new urgency into the company via its push into the machine-to-machine market. Article

> European operators continue to mull the benefits of LTE. Article

> Vodafone extended its partnership deal with Swisscom to boost support for multinational companies and improve joint equipment purchasing deals. Article

And finally... Puerto Rico (yes, that Puerto Rico) joined the Justice Department's lawsuit against the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile USA. Article