Sprint rumored to close on $20B LightSquared deal; Clearwire moves 700 workers to TeleTech

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@FierceWireless: The @FCC scrapped an agenda item for next week's meeting on wider channel bandwidths, which would've affected Clearwire http://fcc.us/ionBvj | [email protected]

> Clearwire moved 700 customer care employees to TeleTech to reduce costs. Article

> Sprint Nextel is reportedly close to inking a 15-year deal with LightSquared worth $20 billion. Article

> Adobe's CEO said the company's fight with Apple over Flash is over. Article

> Vodafone argued against AT&T's move to purchase T-Mobile USA. FCC filing

> Sprint Nextel said its Evo 4G will get Google's Gingerbread upgrade on June 6. Article

> Google said an increasing number of Android users are upgrading to its Gingerbread offering. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft reduced to 20 the number of apps developers can submit to its Windows Phone Marketplace per day. Article

> Nokia announced a new service that will allow Symbian users to share content wirelessly via Wi-Fi. Article

> The LA Times reported that Apple's iCloud service will be free at first and then cost $25 per year. Article

> Sony Ericsson announced a teaming with Gameloft for games for its Xperia Play phone. Release

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