Wal-Mart will get the iPad; Sprint to offer certified, pre-owned phones

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> LG-Ericsson will use Azimuth Systems' ACE MX MIMO channel emulator for testing of its LTE eNodeB base station products. Release

> Indian companies are in talks to sell the iPhone. Article (sub. req.)

> Wal-Mart will sell the iPad. Article (sub. req.)

> Sprint Nextel launched a certified, pre-owned device program. Release

> Verizon Wireless retailer A Wireless is expanding through acquisitions. Article

Mobile Content News

> Sixty-five percent of Washington, D.C.-area consumers taking part in a Mobile DTV trial access the service each day. Article

> AT&T will introduce U-verse Mobile across upcoming smartphones running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system. Article

> Japanese social gaming giant DeNA will acquire iPhone gaming startup ngmoco for up to $400 million in cash and securities. Article

> CBS Interactive's CBSSports.com College Network unit rolled out 190 free Android and BlackBerry applications for the NCAA. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Samsung added support for its Android-powered Galaxy Tab tablet device to the Samsung Mobile Innovator developer website. Article

> Social games on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices now attract more than 19 million users each day--a total equal to the number of viewers tuning into primetime television hits. Article

> Ford is looking to entice developers with its AppLink. Article

> Best Buy is planning an Android app store. Article

> Do developers care about Windows Phone 7? Commentary

> iFund's Matt Murphy: Developers should keep it simple. Article

European Wireless News

> TeliaSonera will limit peer-to-peer file sharing over its LTE network. Article

And finally... Jimmy Fallon looks at some unreleased iPhone apps. Video

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