Alcatel-Lucent releases platform to support flexible data plans; Gemalto to score profits from LTE migration

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> Alcatel-Lucent announced a new platform the company said can make data plans more flexible. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks announced a new customer-experience management portfolio it said will support LTE. Article

> Gemalto predicted a rise in sales and profits due to the move in the United States to LTE. Article

> Nokia appears to be hyping a mystery device. Article

> AT&T won a court ruling in a case against price fixing by LCD makers like Samsung. Article

> Staples appears set to sell Apple products in the United States. Article

> Nokia Music+ launched in the United Kingdom. Article

> Rogers' CEO will step down in 2014. Article

> At this year's Mobile World Congress, Samsung will reportedly release an enterprise platform to rival BlackBerry. Article

> JetBlue Airways said it will offer Wi-Fi-capable flights this summer. Tweet

> New Zealand's police department signed up for 10,000 iPhones and iPads. Article

> An identity thief reportedly stole $8 million from AT&T and T-Mobile USA. Article

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> Apple has confirmed that iPhones running its iOS 6.1 are vulnerable to a security flaw enabling anyone to bypass the smartphone's lockscreen, granting them access to a number of core device functions. Article

> Microsoft is leaving billions of dollars on the table by not offering a full version of its Office productivity suite optimized for Apple's iPad, according to a new estimate from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Holt. Article

> Opera Software has acquired rival mobile browser maker Skyfire Labs in a cash and stock deal that could be worth as much as $155 million. Article

And finally… The FCC told TV stations and cable operators nationwide to change passwords on their Emergency Alert Systems after a hacking incident Monday saw at least three stations broadcast warnings about attacks by zombies. Article

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