TracFone's Straight Talk launches LG Optimus Black smartphone; iPad can't do FaceTime on LTE

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@FierceWireless: Apple now getting iPad Retina displays from LG too. Article | [email protected]

> Cisco said it will acquire video company NDS. Release

> The new iPad doesn't support FaceTime over LTE. Article

> TracFone's Straight Talk service launched the Sprint-powered LG Optimus Black Android smartphone. Article

> AT&T has been certified under the government's Voluntary Private Sector Preparedness Program, or PS-Prep. Post

> Bill Clinton will keynote at the upcoming CTIA conference. Article

> The agriculture industry is also against LightSquared. Article

Mobile Content

> Mobile billing company Boku netted $35 million in funding. Article

> Sparrow released an iPhone app. Article

> Millennial Media plans to raise $102 million when it begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Article

> A growing number of consumers in the U.S. and overseas are downloading premium media to their tablet devices despite the wide availability of free content, according to new data issued by Nielsen. Article

> Milk, the mobile startup launched by Digg founder Kevin Rose, is shutting down its flagship application Oink to focus on other projects. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Canada's government will implement spectrum caps on leading mobile operators in the next wireless license auction, but Wind Mobile is pledging to boycott the auction because it claims the rules will not guarantee smaller players enough spectrum to launch LTE. Article

> Cable giant Virgin Media won its bid to provide free Wi-Fi in the London Underground for this summer's Olympic Games. Article

> Separate research efforts from industry trade groups 4G Americas and the GSA confirm growing investments in LTE in North America and worldwide. Article

European Wireless News

> Everything Everywhere received approval from the UK telecoms regulator Ofcom to reuse its 1800 MHz 2G spectrum for LTE services. Article

> Telefónica continues to struggle in its domestic market, having lost 36,320 mobile subscribers in January, which pushed its market share below 40 percent. Article

> Over 90 million vehicles will feature technology to integrate smartphones by 2016, according to a new study by research firm Juniper Research. Article

And finally... iPhone users synchronize breathing. Release