T-Mobile could sell HTC Flyer; AT&T could be in line for Galaxy II

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> Research In Motion shareholders are calling for an ouster of the company's CEOs. Article

> T-Mobile USA could soon begin selling the HTC Flyer tablet. Article

> Samsung appears to be readying a Galaxy II for AT&T. Article

> T-Mobile may have discontinued the G2. Article

Mobile Content News

> Spotify appears close to finally extending its digital streaming music to U.S. shores after signing a distribution agreement with Universal Music Group. Article

> Apple is the target of a new lawsuit alleging its fledgling iCloud digital media storage platform infringes on existing trademarks. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The Senate Commerce Committee has approved proposed legislation that would reallocate the 700 MHz D-Block spectrum directly to public safety. Article

> AT&T is embarking on a five-year initiative to provide free Wi-Fi service at 26 locations in 20 New York City parks across five boroughs. Article

European Wireless News

> The much-delayed UK LTE spectrum auction could face fresh hold-ups if Telefónica's O2 and BT are successful in challenging how Ofcom plans to manage the bidding rules. Article

> Deutsche Telekom admitted it got data roaming wrong. Commentary

> Fully half of all German smartphone users access the mobile Internet to investigate retail offers. Article

And finally... The iPhone goes to space. Article

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