Wal-Mart is selling the iPhone 4 for $147; Lightyear inks an MVNO deal with Sprint

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@FierceWireless: Solid observations as usual from @Gruber on the #WWDC keynote: Article | [email protected]

> Lightyear Network Solutions signed a five-year MVNO deal with Sprint. Release

> Wal-Mart is selling Apple's iPhone 4 for $147 at select stores from now until June 30. Article

> Samsung declined to comment on market speculation that it could be preparing to bid for Nokia. Article

>  A Samsung Mobile-commissioned survey conducted by Kelton Research found that 90 percent of U.S. consumers either already own a tablet or would consider purchasing one. Article

> Rick Kaplan will become the chief of the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, replacing Ruth Milkman, who is leaving to take on new responsibilities in the Office of the Chairman. Release

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>  According to comScore, about 700 advertisers used mobile display advertising campaigns to reach U.S. consumers in April 2011, a 128 percent increase over two years earlier. Article

> An MTV survey of consumers found that 83 percent of daily mobile application users contend they're "addicted" to apps. Article

> Research In Motion acquired cross-platform mobile social gaming solutions provider Scoreloop. Article

And finally ... Apple is planning to build a new spaceship-like campus in Cupertino, Calif., that will house 12,000 employees and generate its own electricity.  Article

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