Sprint may launch HTC Arrive; Microsoft runs into trouble with WP7 update

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadget: Microsoft pulls Windows Phone 7 update from Samsung phones until it can resolve issues. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Google disabled the contact synch feature for Facebook on its Android platform. Article

> Sprint Nextel will reportedly launch the HTC Arrive tomorrow. Article

> Samsung's HSPA+ Galaxy S device is now available through T-Mobile USA. Article

> Samsung is reportedly poised to release another Android tablet. Article

> Microsoft is facing a range of troubles in its effort to update its Windows Phone 7 platform. Article

> Verizon Wireless partnered with Tektronix to monitor its LTE network performance. Article

> Wirefly and LetsTalk are no longer selling AT&T Mobility service. Article

> A new study showed that cell phone use can affect users' brains. Article

> Verizon Wireless and Motorola announced a teaming to provide LTE service to public-safety users. Release

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> Apple reportedly cut in half its minimum ad buy for its iAd service. Article

> Google released its final Android 3.0 SDK, enabling developers to begin creating applications for the new platform and distribute their efforts via Android Market. Article

 > AT&T introduced version 2.0 of its free myAT&T application for devices running Apple's iOS. Article

> The Federal Trade Commission said it will review potentially deceptive practices connected to in-application purchases within children's games optimized for Apple's iOS platform. Article

> Social game developer Digital Chocolate closed a Series D financing round totaling $12 million. Article

And finally... MetroPCS announced a marketing deal with Snoop Dogg that involves the rapper adding two additional "Gs" to his name as part of the carrier's promotion of its new 4G-branded LTE smartphone. Yes, really. Release

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