Sprint seeks to dismiss $300M lawsuit; Microsoft reportedly plans to build tablet

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@FierceWireless: Microsoft holding mystery event in LA on June 18th, may be for Windows RT tablets. Article | [email protected]

> A judge gave Apple another chance to prove Google's Motorola Mobility infringed on its patents. Article

> Microsoft reportedly plans to build its own tablet. Article

> While the iPad still dominates the tablet space, the Nook has overtaken the Kindle Fire in terms of Web traffic, according to the Chitika Ad network. Article

> Sprint Nextel asked a New York judge to dismiss a $300 million lawsuit over uncollected taxes and penalties. Article

> Motorola Solutions purchased Psion for $200 million. Article

> The FCC will open a proceeding on cell phone radiation. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks announced its new EV-DO Advanced technology. Release

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> Dropbox is offering automatic uploads on its iOS app. Article

> Apple's forthcoming iOS 6 mobile operating system refresh will require all applications to obtain explicit user permission before accessing personal information stored on devices. Article

> Time Inc. is introducing digital subscription options for all 20 of its consumer magazines available for Apple's iPad. Article

> Microsoft and Nokia said the will bring enhanced traffic data to the Windows Phone platform. Article

And finally… A $1,890 BlackBerry. Article

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