Sequans files for $110M IPO; Best Buy to sell the HTC Flyer

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> 3D technology company MasterImage 3D announced it received a $15 million investment from Samsung Ventures. Release

> Chipmaker Sequans filed for an initial public offering of up to $110 million. Article

> Altair and Alcatel-Lucent said they will build LTE devices for band class 12. Release

> AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA could squeeze the margins of Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks. Article

> AT&T said it will support Acer's new tablet. Release

> Microsoft is now pushing out copy-and-paste functionality to its Windows Phone 7 platform. Article

> Best Buy will sell the HTC Flyer. Release

> The Wi-Fi Alliance is tackling cellular-to-Wi-Fi roaming. Article

> LG announced an inductive charging pad. Article

> Nokia said MeeGo might be used on future Nokia tablets. Article

> Motorola said it will buy Dreampark. Article

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> Mobile music discovery solutions provider Shazam introduced a new social media sharing feature enabling users to discover new artists and tracks via Facebook. Article

> Motorola Mobility is reportedly developing its own web-based mobile operating system as a potential alternative to Google's Android. Article

And finally... Let the jokes begin: "So AT&T and T-Mobile are getting married. You're all invited. But there will be no reception afterwards." Article

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