T-Mobile continues 4G attack on AT&T; Cellular South is selling the Galaxy S

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> According to Engadget, LG is planning a dual-core Android phone for next year. Article

> Verizon Wireless' first Windows Mobile 7 device will likely be the HTC Trophy. A brochure indicates it will be arriving in early 2011. Article

> Cellular South is now selling a Samsung Galaxy S Android phone. Article

> T-Mobile USA targeted AT&T Mobility's network in another ad for its "4G" HSPA+ service. Article

> RadioShack will sell Sprint Nextel's GalaxyTab. Article

> The Wholesale Applications Community announced an additional nine new members to the organization, bringing the total membership to 57. Release

> AT&T Mobility announced it will sell Samsung's GalaxyTab tablet for $649.99 with pay-as-you-go plans. Release

> T-Mobile USA eliminated its Even More Plus plans. Article

> Great Call's Jitterbug introduced a new unlimited service plan. Article

> Ericsson won a contract with Aircel for the operator's 3G network. Article

European Wireless News

> The U.K.'s regulatory agency said it will auction spectrum in the country in 2012. Article

Mobile Content News

> Facebook introduced Messages, a new unified messaging platform that promises to evolve the company from a social network to a full-on communications system rivaling traditional Internet portals like Google and Yahoo. Article

> Research In Motion removed the Kik Messenger app from its digital storefront due to customer concerns. Article

> Comcast announced a mobile TV service for iPad users. Article (sub. req.)

> Mobile advertising exchange Mobclix introduced a supply-side platform enabling real-time bidding on mobile ad inventory. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Qualcomm unveiled its Augmented Reality Extension for the Unity gaming engine. Article

> Monetization platform provider PlaySpan introduced UltimatePay Mobile. Article

> Apple released an updated edition of its iOS 4.2 gold master to registered developers. Article

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