Verizon could report sluggish iPhone sales; LightSquared begins rolling out network

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> LightSquared will begin building its network but won't turn it on without first clearing up interference concerns. Article

> A judge declined to dismiss a lawsuit against Google for snooping Wi-Fi access points. Article (sub. req.)

> Verizon Wireless may report a drop in iPhone sales, according to a financial analyst. Article

> The ITC issued a split decision in a case involving Apple and Research In Motion, among others. Article

> Access and Nokia entered a patent licensing agreement that settles litigation between the companies. Release

> Motorola Mobility is enjoying success in China. Article (sub. req.)

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> Facebook likely will release its iPad app next week. Article

> Microsoft now counts 25,000 Windows Phone apps. Article

> The Federal Trade Commission's antitrust arm is reportedly investigating Twitter. Article

> Starbucks is extending its Starbucks Card eGift feature to its iPhone and iPod touch application. Article

And finally... The $6,728 Android phone. Article

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