Alcatel intros quad-core phone; T-Mobile may bring Nexus 4 to all stores

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> TCL's Alcatel introduced a new quad-core smartphone, the Alcatel One Touch Scribe HD, with a MediaTek chipset. Article

> AT&T Mobility introduced its second LTE touchscreen hotspot, the Unite. Article

> More photos leaked of Research In Motion's planned BlackBerry 10 smartphones. Article

> All T-Mobile USA stores will reportedly carry the Nexus 4 this month. Article

> Nokia plans to use an aluminum body for its next smartphone. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission is probing Samsung at Ericsson's request. Article

> Corning will introduce the third generation of its Gorilla Glass next week. Article

> RCA will show off its new RCA Mobile TV Tablet at next week's CES show. Article

> New York's comptroller sued Qualcomm to get access to the company's political spending. Article

> Qualcomm introduced its new StreamBoost technology for Wi-Fi routers and gateways. Release

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> Android version Jelly Bean is now in 10 percent of devices. Article

> Two months after Starbucks began allowing consumers to pay for purchases via the Square Wallet application for iOS and Android, the coffee chain is now offering the Square Card Reader for sale across its 7,000 U.S. brick-and-mortar locations. Article

> Facebook is adding voice messaging features to its standalone Messenger applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, with VoIP calling features also on tap. Article

And finally… iPhone owners disturbed this week. Article

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