U.S. Cellular to offer HTC Flyer tablet; Google, Samsung cancel Nexus Prime unveiling

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> Alvarion said it will report a one-time charge of $7 million due to Open Range Communication's filing for bankruptcy. Release

> U.S. Cellular will sell the HTC Flyer tablet. Release

> Meru announced its CEO transition plan. Release

> Nuance said it purchased Swype for $102.5 million. Article

> Google and Samsung canceled an event where they were expected to announce the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android and the Nexus Prime. Article

> T-Mobile USA said it will offer families a shared calendar service. Article

> Challenges to the FCC's net neutrality rules are heading to a D.C. court. Article (sub. req.)

> Verizon Wireless could be throttling LTE speeds. Article

> Motorola has been sued by Intellectual Ventures for patent infringement. Article

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> Financial services giant Visa confirms it will launch its Near Field Communications-enabled digital wallet platform in August or September of 2012. Article

And finally... @greengart: Nokia N9 just arrived. I love the smell of DOA operating systems in the morning. Tweet

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