Alcatel-Lucent hosting LTE event; Verizon's latest Android phone?

> Alcatel-Lucent scheduled a press conference March 18 to "announce groundbreaking enhancements to its end-to-end LTE solution." Release

> Pictures and specifications of a device called the HTC Incredible have leaked online, and the reports say the Android-powered device is headed to Verizon Wireless. A Verizon spokeswoman declined to comment. Article

> Nokia is banking on its release of Symbian^3 to help it revive its fortunes in the United States. Article

> Qualcomm recently filed a patent for a touchscreen device with three foldable screens. Article

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