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Nokia CEO Elop Sees Shades of “Danger” in Google’s Motorola Deal

Where Does Googorola Leave HP’s webOS?

HTC Calls Apple the Copycat

AT&T’s LTE Network Isn’t Quite Running Yet, but Devices Go on Sale Sunday

In Latest Wireless Patent Move, HTC Sues Apple in Delaware

Swype, Sprint Giving Nexus S 4G Owners Early Access to New Keyboard Software

U.S. Carriers Silent on Motoroogle, but France Telecom Gives It a Thumbs Up

TabCo Picks Wrong Day to Reveal Itself as Fusion Garage’s Latest Effort

Should Google Keep Motorola’s Patents and Sell Off the Hardware Business?

Is Google’s Motorola Deal the Break That Windows Phone Needed?

RIM Hopes Small Businesses Can Help With Cloudy Future

Breaking: AT&T Sues in Federal Court to Stop Merger-Blocking Arbitration Effort

RIM Forced to Rewrite Its Playbook Again

Samsung’s Galaxy S II Appears Ready to Finally Hit U.S.

Acer Strikes First With Seven-Inch Honeycomb Tablet

When It Comes to Mobile Advertising, iPhone Still the Biggest Target

Who’s Using Those Ugly QR Codes? A Whole Lot of Us, Apparently.

T-Mobile to Start Charging Overages on Low-End Data Plan

Box Adds Apps for Android Tablets, RIM PlayBook

Intel Sets $300 Million Fund To Spur “Ultrabooks”

Seeking Street Cred, HTC Investing $300 Million in Beats Electronics

HP Makes $100 TouchPad Price Cut Permanent

HTC Promises “Major News Announcement” on Thursday

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald