Sony shows 'floating touch' tech for Xperia sola; AT&T promises free Wi-Fi for LTE iPad

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@FierceWireless: @BlackBerry's @asaunders dishes on RIM's PlayBook update, BlackBerry 10. Article | [email protected]

> One investment banking firm doesn't expect shortages in displays for Apple's new iPad. Article

> New research shows increasing demand for Apple's iPad among corporate users. Post

> AT&T outspent Verizon and Comcast in advertising in 2011. Article

> According to new research, TracFone is tops in terms of customer experience. Release

> Sprint Nextel's Virgin Mobile is taking pre-orders for the Venture Android phone. Article

> Research In Motion is now selling a keyboard attachment for its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Article

> Samsung is beginning to roll out its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade to Galaxy S II owners. Release

> AT&T Mobility said it will offer Wi-Fi access in addition to 4G LTE to new iPad customers. Release

> Sony announced "floating touch" technology for its new Xperia sola Android smartphone. Post

Mobile Content News

> PayPal is reportedly planning to release a product to rival Square's. Article

> Twitter has acquired media sharing startup Posterous. Article

> Yahoo has filed a lawsuit alleging Facebook is in violation of patents covering critical functions such as digital advertising, information sharing and privacy. Article

> Nokia is offering its browser-based mapping service to Android and iOS users. Post

Mobile Developer News

> Android Market can't hide its fatal flaws. Editor's Corner

> Mobile software development marketplace Verious introduced its Mobile App Services platform. Article

> Keynote Systems' DeviceAnywhere subsidiary is teaming with network virtualization and application performance engineering firm Shunra Software to enable developers to test their mobile apps and websites on remotely accessible devices mirroring real-world mobile network conditions. Article

And finally... Some iPhone owners are suing Apple over Siri. Article

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