Acer outs Liquid E1, Liquid Z2; LG reportedly plans to announce Optimus F7, Optimus F5

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> The U.S. International Trade Commission will review Apple's legal victory against Google's Motorola unit. Article

> A new petition is being pushed to the Obama administration over mobile phone unlocking. Article

> Marvell launched  a new LTE chip. Article

> ST-Ericsson said it will show off its NovaThor L8580 integrated smartphone platform, which sports a 3 GHz eQuad application processor and a multimode LTE Advanced modem supporting Carrier Aggregation, at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show. Release

> LG appears to be gearing up to release the Optimus F7 and Optimus F5. Article

> Sprint Nextel's Virgin Mobile will sell the Kyocera Event. Article

> Acer revealed new smartphones, the Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2. Article

Mobile Content News

> New research shows that only 2 percent of the top 250 applications in the Apple App Store are "newcomers." Article

> Apple released its iOS 6.1.2 firmware update Tuesday. Article

> Nokia is expanding its new Lumia-exclusive streaming music service to the U.S. market less than a month after launching the effort overseas. Article

European Wireless News

> Everything Everywhere, Hutchison 3G UK, Niche Spectrum Ventures (a subsidiary of BT Group), Telefónica's O2 UK and Vodafone were the big winners of spectrum in the United Kingdom. Release

And finally… Steve Wozniak: Apple needs to keep setting standards to maintain its cool. Article

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