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> Former CTIA chief Tom Wheeler will head an FCC committee on wireless broadband. Article

> AT&T Mobility introduced pay-as-you-go international data pricing. Article

> PMC-Sierra announced it will acquire mobile backhaul firm Wintegra. Release

> Canadian computer scientists will track BlackBerry traffic. Article

> Hewlett-Packard introduced a $799 Windows-powered tablet. Article

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> User-generated content originating via websites like YouTube and Google Videos accounts for 48 percent of worldwide mobile video traffic. Article

> Skyfire confirmed Apple is still reviewing its Flash-capable browser for the iPhone. Article

> Social gaming giant Zynga expanded its wildly popular FarmVille to Apple's iPad. Article

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