Target to sell Kindle; Google updates on Nexus One 3G issues

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> Target will begin selling Amazon's Kindle ereader device, previously available exclusively via Amazon's digital storefront. Article

> Google said through its Nexus One support forums that it is no longer working on an engineering fix for users who have problems with the phone's 3G reception, and suggested customers try changing their location or the orientation of their phone if they are still experiencing issues. Article

> ST-Microelectronics released a new touchscreen controller that allows replacement of traditional buttons with a touch sensor for main power-on/off control or to trigger the device to wake up. Release

> Sybase said total first-quarter revenue grew 10 percent compared with last year. Release

Mobile Content News

> Dell Thunder smartphone to feature Hulu video app. Article

> Colorado brewer uses mobile marketing to tout latest lager. Commentary

> News Corp. acquired social games developer Irata Labs. Article

> Facebook looks to simplify social experiences. Article

Broadband News

> Alca-Lu teams with EADS for public-safety LTE solution. Article

> iPass leverages Aircell's Gogo Inflight Internet service. Article

> Aruba introduces voice over WiFi emergency call location. Article

> Ericsson gets serious about TD-LTE. Commentary

European News

> Slovakia to test LTE. Article

> Orange and SFR are getting blamed for poor 3G service in Paris' financial district. Article

> An LTE testing group revealed its first results. Article

> TDC Denmark preps LTE for June launch. Article

And finally... It seems that the venerable justices of the U.S. Supreme Court need to brush up on modern technology. Article (sub. req.)

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