T-Mobile USA could offer Galaxy Note; LTE-capable Photon Q reportedly headed to Sprint

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> CTIA is arguing against a California bill that would require police to obtain search warrants before getting location information from wireless carriers. Article

> Nokia said Skype for Windows Phone is working well on the Lumia 610. Article

> Fitch cut Nokia's rating to junk. Article

> Google's Andy Rubin said in 2006 that some Java technology was copyrighted. Article

> Texas Instruments expects second-quarter revenues ahead of analysts' expectations. Article

> T-Mobile USA could be planning to sell the Galaxy Note. Article

> ST-Ericsson reported slowing sales. Release. And STMicroelectronics reported a loss. Article (sub. req.)

> An LTE-capable Photon Q from Motorola Mobility could be headed to Sprint Nextel. Article

> A judge ruled that Microsoft infringes on Motorola Mobility patents. Article

> As expected, RadioShack reported a weak first quarter on lower wireless revenue. Release

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> Facebook is poised to unveil version 2.5 of its mobile social networking application for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. Article

> Samsung Electronics has identified more than a dozen U.S. devices poised for upgrade to Google's Android 4.0 mobile operating system, a.k.a. "Ice Cream Sandwich." Article

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> Words With Friends is the most engaging mobile app in the United States, according to Arbitron Mobile. Article

> Businesses are calling for more enterprise apps. Editor's Corner

And finally... The Denver Broncos' playbooks are going onto iPads. Article

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