Sprint ditches mail-in rebates; Motorola promises fix for Atrix audio problems

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> AsusTek is planning a tablet running Android 3.0. Article

> Research In Motion promised BlackBerry 6.1 will be a "major upgrade." Article

> Sprint Nextel is removing the mail-in requirement on its rebates. Article

> Sprint Nextel is reworking its online store. Article

> Motorola confirmed it is seeing audio issues in its Atrix smartphone, and promised a software fix. Article

> Google said it will delay the release of its Honeycomb Android source code. Article

> Apple's iPad 2 is going international. Article

> Sony Ericsson said it will update its Xperia X10 with Android Gingerbread later this year. Post

> Qwest's acquisition of CenturyLink will close in April. Article

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> Microsoft updated its Bing for Mobile search solution. Article

> Next week, Google will introduce in-app billing options to applications available for download via Android Market. Article

> It was strange days at CTIA Wireless 2011. Commentary

> Apple is reportedly exploring an expansion of its AirPlay audio streaming solution to include video sharing from an iPhone or iPad to television sets. Article

And finally... Aircell announced an "airborne smartphone." Article

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