Apple reportedly works on wristwatch; HTC's M7 pictures reportedly leak

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> Apple is reportedly working on a wristwatch-style device. Article

> Ericsson inked a $1 billion managed services contract with Reliance Communications. Release

> Pictures of HTC's M7 reportedly leaked. Article

> Sony Mobile's marketing chief left the company. Article

> Google's Eric Schmidt plans to sell up to 42 percent of his shares. Article

> European carriers are urging customers not to upgrade to Apple's iOS 6.1. Article

> Microsoft's Surface Pro launch was hindered by supply problems. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft appears to be preparing a unification of Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8. Article

> Roughly half of all U.S. consumers who own smartphones and tablets use those devices to listen to music, according to a new survey conducted by researcher NPD Group. Article

> Google pays Apple roughly $1 billion per year to remain the default search option on devices like the iPhone and iPad, according to analyst estimates. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Vasona Networks officially announced its first product to address mobile network bandwidth congestion, the SmartAir1000 edge application controller. Article

> Shared-data plans make for more satisfied customers when it comes to an operator's customer-care service, according to a fresh report from J.D. Power. Article

European Wireless News

> Early adopters of LTE mobile broadband technology include some of the largest organizations in the UK, according to operator EE. Article

> Vodafone's third-quarter service revenues fell 2.6 per cent, hit by poor results from across northern Europe and a slowdown in previously robust emerging markets. Article

And finally… Google's latest Android ad plays against Apple's Siri. Article

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