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> Sprint Nextel plans to soon unveil a redesigning of its website. Post

> Verizon said it will report a $600 million charge for the year due to the way it tabulates retirement benefits. Article

> Apple appears to be selling universal bumpers. Article

> Hewlett-Packard shakes up its board. Article

> Huawei said it expects additional TD-LTE trials. Article

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> More than 200,000 consumers downloaded Skyfire's browser for Apple's iPad tablet during its first month of App Store availability. Article

> Digital streaming music service Spotify signed a U.S. distribution agreement with Sony Music Entertainment. Article

> Thirty percent of U.S. wireless subscribers accessed email via a mobile device in November 2010, according to digital research firm comScore. Article

> Apple released the second beta version of its iOS 4.3 update to registered developer partners. Article

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