Verizon lowers GalaxyTab price; Sprint inks $1.2B deal with VHA

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> Internet rumors point to a new Palm webOS phone without a keyboard. Article

> Verizon Wireless reduced the price of the Samsung GalaxyTab to $199, after a similar move from Sprint Nextel. Article

> An investment bank raised its outlook on Broadcom, arguing the company will enjoy growth in wireless. Article

> Verizon Wireless will allow all of its subscribers to sign up for its equipment protection plan. Article

> Sprint Nextel will provide wireless service to VHA in a deal worth $1.2 billion. Article

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> Google removed streaming music solutions provider Grooveshark from its Android Market application storefront. Article

> Casual gaming publisher PopCap Games launched 4th and Battery, described as a "new experimental label" devoted to building left-of-center mobile and social titles. Article

> Apple introduced its new iAd Gallery app. Article

> Satellite television services provider Dish Network won a bankruptcy auction for video rental chain Blockbuster. Article

> Current Analysis analyst Peter Jarich discusses the mobile ecosystem. Commentary

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