The board urges shareholders to vote "yes" for the bill when they meet to place their ballots on May 31.
The carrier's offer is a dime higher than the offer from the satellite provider.
Rumors of a fee-based PlayStation Network subscription service swirled before E3 2010, and Sony officially announced the product at its press conference. Starting Tuesday, PS3 owners can sign up for PlayStation Plus by installing firmware update 3.40.
Wireless broadband provider postpones shareholder vote to review Dish's offer, which topped Sprint's by $1 per share.
"You can take that to the bank," CEO Dan Hesse tells CNET on his sweetened offer for Clearwire.
Dish's proposal to acquire Clearwire is not "actionable" as certain aspects of it violate Delaware state law, claims Sprint.
After proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis reiterates that shareholders should vote "no" to an acquisition by Sprint, Clearwire pipes up.
Dish says it's standing down, clearing a path for Sprint to acquire the small wireless company.
The satellite television provider says the lawsuit is an aim to divert attention from Sprint's failure to offer a fair deal to Clearwire shareholders.
Satellite TV provider offers $1 a share more than Sprint for the wireless broadband provider, a 29 percent premium over the carrier's offer.