T-Mobile to sell Galaxy S Blaze 4G for $149; Comcast sues Sprint

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> SBA announced it will purchase 2,300 tower sites from Mobilitie for around $1.1 billion. Release

> T-Mobile USA said it will begin selling the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G in March for  $149.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate card with a two-year service agreement. Release

> Comcast filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Sprint Nextel. Article

> Verizon Wireless is no longer hyping Comcast as providing the nation's fastest Internet service. Article (sub. req.)

> AT&T's CEO lost $2 million in pay due to the company's failed bid for T-Mobile USA. Article

> Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 will reportedly pop up in gadgets unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show. Article

> LG announced its Optimus 3D Max. Article

> Yota plans to switch 300,000 customers in Moscow from WiMAX to LTE overnight on April 14. Article

> Huawei appears to be preparing to launch a quad-core Ascend D1 Q smartphone running Android's Ice Cream Sandwich at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. Article. Also, Huawei will likely show off a 10-inch MediaPad tablet. Article

> Microsoft sued Motorola Mobility over patents. Article

> CTIA said its exhibit space for the May show is 98 percent sold out. Release

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> Skype updated its iOS app. Article

> Open-source software initiative Mozilla will open its Mozilla Marketplace app storefront for developer submissions during next week's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain. Article

> Consumer adoption of IP-based mobile social messaging services cost operators $13.9 billion in lost SMS revenues in 2011, increasing from 2010 losses of $8.7 billion, according to a new report from independent technology analyst Ovum. Article

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