T-Mobile USA cheapens Samsung GalaxyTab; Cox teams with Interop for device activation

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> Allot Communications reported a 73 percent rise in mobile data usage in the second half of 2010. Release

> Cox Communications selected Interop Technologies for its over-the-air handset activation service. Release

> Another Sprint Nextel executive departed Clearwire's board. Article

> T-Mobile USA is offering the Samsung GalaxyTab for $250 with a service contract. Article

> Google's I/O conference sold out in less than an hour. Article

> Two Huawei tablets are headed to Mobile World Congress. Article

> Microsoft is reportedly planning a management shakeup. Article

> Best Buy disclosed its sale plans for the HTC ThunderBolt. Release

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> Interactive entertainment software publisher THQ Inc. will sell its THQ Wireless unit. Article

> Mobile device solutions and services supplier Teleca has acquired mobile platform provider SurfKitchen. Article

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> Apple released the third beta version of its iOS 4.3 update to registered developer partners. Article

> Real-time mobile app analytics firm Localytics reports that 26 percent of all apps downloaded in 2010 were used only once. Article

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