Samsung: We have no plans to challenge Facebook; LightSquared inks deal with creditors

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> HTC will not appeal the patent infringement case it lost against Apple. Article (sub. req.)

> A judge pushed forward with a case against Apple that alleges the company allowed advertisers to track users. Article

> Samsung said it is not making a rival to Facebook. Article

> LightSquared reached an agreement with its remaining creditors. Article

> A new survey found that the bring-your-own-device trend is a top concern among those tasked with maintaining businesses' security. Release

> The FCC said it will increase the number of identification codes for devices passing through its certification system. Article

Mobile Content News

> Twitter is increasing rich media interactions within tweets, enabling content providers to incorporate previews, images and video clips by linking to their websites. Article

> Time Magazine will sell its issues through Apple's Newsstand. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Two companies with wireless industry expertise, Openet and Row 44, are benefiting from late spring venture capital investments. Article

> Cliff Lai, the president of Taiwan Mobile, is pitching for Taiwan's government to cancel existing WiMAX licenses and open up the spectrum for LTE. Article

European Wireless News

> France Telecom could consider offering investors a stake in its Everything Everywhere joint venture with Deutsche Telekom. Article

> There is little value from in merging the German mobile network of Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom's French network, according to a DT executive. Article

And finally… Nokia reportedly ended a project to create a Linux-based platform for its low-end phones. Article

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