T-Mobile details GalaxyTab pricing; Sprint launches ZTE Peel

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> Sprint Nextel introduced the ZTE Peel, a hotspot gadget that the carrier said will allow iPod touch users to connect to the Sprint 3G data network for $30 per month. Release

> T-Mobile USA outlined its pricing for Samsung's GalaxyTab. Article

> T-Mobile USA announced it will join the FreeMove Alliance. Article

> ST-Ericsson and Nokia announced they will team on TD-LTE for China Mobile. Article (sub. req.)

> IP Wireless said it will team with ST-Ericsson for mobile broadcasting technology. Article

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> Research In Motion introduced the latest version of its Facebook for BlackBerry application. Article

> Sling Media will expand its SlingPlayer Mobile application to Microsoft's fledgling Windows Phone 7 smartphone operating system. Article

> AT&T will offer cross-platform application storefront GetJar's entire library of more than 75,000 free apps. Article

And finally... Microsoft tested Windows Phone 7 with robots. Video

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