Apple pegged to ship 52M iPhones in Q4; HTC M7 tapped as 2013 flagship phone

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@FierceWireless: LG is reportedly preparing Windows Phone 8 devices. Article | [email protected]

> Analyst believes Apple will ship 52 million iPhones in the fourth quarter. Article

> HTC's M7 is reportedly the company's flagship device for 2013. Article

> The Global mobile Suppliers Associations said the 1800 MHz band will be the primary band for LTE across the globe. Release

> AT&T Mobility is offering a $100 credit for those who purchase Nexus 7 tablets. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent scored a $1 billion managed services contract in India. Article

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> Visa said it approved Research In Motion's mobile payment system. Article

> Microsoft plans to sell technology that can manage iOS and Android devices. Article

> Kiip scored a strategic investment from Interpublic. Article

> Apple and Amazon were ordered to hold settlement talks over their "app store" dispute. Article

> Facebook confounded expectations at its much-anticipated Tuesday media event, quieting rumors it would launch its own smartphone, mobile operating system or new mobile services by introducing a new Graph Search tool designed to offer users deeper insight into their social media relationships. Article

> Hewlett-Packard announced smartphone users can now print directly from their device in 8,000 U.S. Walgreens stores. Article

> Viber plans to offer voice calls over its BlackBerry app. Article

> Revenues from mobile enterprise business apps will reach $25 billion in 2012. Release

And finally… A Verizon developer outsourced his job to China in order to spend his day surfing Reddit. Article

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