Apple's iPad launch in China falls flat; Samsung Jasper reportedly headed to Verizon

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@FierceWireless: RT@verge: Microsoft posts net income loss of $492 million for Q4 2012. Article[email protected]

> Apple's new iPad launched in China without much fanfare. Article

> A ban on sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the United States will remain in effect until a trial between Samsung and Apple. Article

> Microsoft hired the head of a polling company, Mark Penn, to lead its consumer efforts. Article

> China Mobile will launch a FDD/TDD LTE network in Hong Kong. Article

> The Samsung Jasper Android smartphone appears bound for Verizon Wireless. Article

> The Sony Mobile Xperia GX has arrived at the FCC for certification. Article

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> HTC said it will upgrade its One X, One XL and One S to Android version Jelly Bean. Article

> Rebtel launched its VoIP app for Windows Phone. Article

> Research In Motion has updated its BlackBerry 10 developer toolkits months ahead of the mobile operating system's anticipated launch in early 2013. Article

And finally… Apple pulled Clueful, which warned users of apps that accessed an excessive amount of personal data, from its App Store. Article

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