TracFone has no postpaid plans; RadiSys acquires Continuous Computing

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@FierceWireless: RT @gigaom: Why Microsoft and Research In Motion Are New BFFs. Article[email protected]

> América Móvil said its U.S. TracFone unit is committed to the prepaid market and does not have plans to get into the postpaid game. Article

> ZTE filed legal attacks against rival Huawei in multiple countries. Article (sub. req.)

> Sprint Nextel is reportedly preparing a low-cost Android smartphone. Article

> Boingo raised $77.9 million during its initial public offering. Article

> Motorola Solutions elected Greg Brown as its chairman. Release

> HTC Surround users are getting Microsoft's "NoDo" Windows Phone 7 update. Article

> RadiSys will acquire Continuous Computing for around $73 million in cash. Release

> Sprint Nextel's Virgin Mobile released a new ad campaign. Release

> A mobile-centric group of companies calling itself the High Tech Spectrum Coalition said it supports federal legislation that would auction and reallocate wireless spectrum and reward broadcasters with a percentage of the proceeds. Article

> T-Mobile USA announced it launched HSPA+ services in additional cities. Tweet

> American Airlines will offer in-flight Wi-Fi streaming to cell phones. Article

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> Electronic Arts purchased Real Racing developer Firemint. Article

> Current Analysis analyst Peter Jarich looks at the market for mobile TV. Commentary

> Verizon Wireless is adding on-demand social music service Rdio to its V Cast Apps storefront. Article

And finally... Vodafone is offering Londoners the ability to pay for taxis via text. Article

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