Apple may discontinue the iPhone 3GS; Sprint adding Jelly Bean to Galaxy Nexus

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> A group of LightSquared's lenders oppose extending Philip Falcone's control of the wireless broadband venture because his strategy to revive the bankrupt company is too risky.  Article

> A judge dismissed a patent infringement case against HTC after the court found that the inventor made false declarations to patent officials. Article

> Apple is reportedly reducing its component orders from Samsung Electronics. Article

> Huawei may join ZTE at a House intelligence hearing Sept. 13 into alleged security concerns posed by the Chinese vendors. Article

> HTC's flagship Windows Phone 8 device, known as the Accord, will reportedly be branded the HTC 8X when it ships later this year. Article

> With the debut of the iPhone 5 expected next week, some believe Apple may discontinue the iPhone 3GS. Article

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> Apple is in talks to with record label partners to license their content for a new customized streaming radio service designed to rival Spotify and Pandora. Article

> PayPal is rolling out a mobile payments application optimized for Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. Article

> Mobile gamers now make up the largest single segment of the American gaming audience, according to new data issued by market research firm NPD Group. Article

> Sprint Nextel has confirmed that it is now distributing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Nexus. Article

> Inside AT&T's apps for the Democratic and Republican National Conventions.  Article

And finally... iPhone 5 cases are already showing up in AT&T's internal accessory systems. Article

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