Apple could be planning iPhone redesign; Prism lawsuit targets wireless carriers

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> Sen. Charles Grassley said he is not satisfied with documents provided by the FCC and will continue to hold up commissioner nominees. Article

> A new lawsuit alleges major wireless carriers violated patents held by Prism Technologies. Article

> Rumors indicate Apple's next iPhone will sport a redesigned case. Article

> Marriott said it will no longer insert ads into its Wi-Fi service. Article

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> Amazon said it will match Apple's revenue split for in-app purchases. Article

> Research In Motion is reversing course on plans to disable Android application sideloading to its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Article

> T-Mobile USA and mobile security firm Lookout introduced Scream Tones, a new feature enabling subscribers to more easily locate lost Android devices. Article

> Instagram recorded 5 million downloads on Android in six days. Article

> Microsoft is pushing its Office offering to Nokia Symbian Belle devices. Article

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> Nearly 50 percent of mobile users make use of mobile browsers and downloads. Article

> Apple's iPad Retina Display could cause frustration. Editor's Corner

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