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Nancy Gohring is a freelance journalist who started writing about mobile phones just in time to cover the transition to digital. She's written about PCs from Hanover, cellular networks from Singapore, wireless standards from Cyprus, cloud computing from Seattle and just about any technology subject you can think of from Las Vegas. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Computerworld, Wired, the Seattle Times and other well-respected publications.

Verizon introduces Motorola Droid X

Verizon, Motorola and Google introduced the newest Droid phone on Tuesday.

Adobe's Flash Player 10.1 sent to phone makers

Adobe is sending the final version of Flash Player 10.1 to its mobile partners.

Intel may settle FTC antitrust complaint

Intel and the FTC asked to suspend trial proceedings while they consider a settlement.

ITC to investigate Apple after HTC complaint

The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will investigate Apple based on an HTC complaint.

US lawmakers disturbed over Google's Wi-Fi snooping

U.S. congressmen were not satisfied with Google's response to questions over Wi-Fi snooping.

Google AdMob deal closes

Google has closed its acquisition of AdMob, following news less than a week ago that the U.S. Federal Trade Commission would not block the deal.

Yahoo, Nokia tie up for chat, mail and maps

Nokia and Yahoo will work together on mail, maps and chat services.

Verizon and Google working on a tablet

Verizon and Google are working on a tablet computer that will compete with Apple's iPad, Verizon confirmed on Tuesday.

LotusLive Meetings comes to the iPhone

IBM is now offering an iPhone app that lets people join LotusLive Web casts from their phones.

AT&T to pay customers for slow DSL speeds

AT&T will pay customers for getting slower DSL rates than promised as part of a class-action lawsuit settlement.

History shows HP's Palm buy can work

Analysts say that given HP's track record with large acquisitions, it has a good chance of successfully digesting Palm.

HP to buy struggling Palm for $1.2 billion

Hewlett-Packard will buy the struggling phone maker for $1.2 billion, it was announced Wednesday.

Twitter says growth surging internationally

Twitter said that 60 percent of user accounts come from outside the U.S.

FCC delays net neutrality comment period

The FCC has postponed a deadline for comments on net neutrality to April 26.

ITC to investigate HTC phones after Apple complaint

The U.S. ITC agreed to investigate Apple's patent infringement complaint against HTC.