T-Mobile USA introduces new data plan; HTC reports record sales

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@FierceWireless: RT @gigaom: It's Time To Realize Our Location Concerns Aren't Dumb. Article[email protected]

> ZTE sued Huawei in China over LTE patents a day after Huawei sued ZTE in Europe. Article

> Around half of Harbinger Capital Partners' assets are committed to LightSquared, and Harbinger controls around 80 percent of LightSquared's shares. Article

> HTC posted record revenue for the first quarter and forecasted even higher sales for the second quarter. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks completed its acquisition of Motorola's networking business. Release

> Executives from Nokia, Hewlett-Packard and HTC will attend Qualcomm's Uplinq conference. Release

> LG's MeeGo products are reportedly going to be demonstrated next month. Article

> T-Mobile USA confirmed a new broadband data plan for tablets and hotspots that offers 2 GB for $40 per month. Article

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> PayPal said it expects to process more than $2 billion in mobile payments this year. Article

> Both Google and Apple agreed to testify at a May 10 Senate hearing on location data. Article

> Google is jumping on the video chat bandwagon with the launch of Google Talk. Article

And finally... The white iPhone is 0.2mm fatter than the black iPhone. Article

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