Apple's iPhone found to violate patents; Jelly Bean hits Verizon's Galaxy S III

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> A jury ruled that Apple's iPhone violated three MobileMedia Ideas patents. Article

> Nokia said a class action lawsuit over its Lumia devices has been dismissed. Article

> Apple and LG Electronics scored a win against Alcatel-Lucent in a patent fight. Article

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> Microsoft announced new features for its Windows Phone Store. Article

> Google's Android 4.1, a.k.a. Jelly Bean, is expanding to two high-profile smartphones: Verizon Wireless is updating Samsung Electronics' flagship Galaxy S III, while Sprint Nextel is upgrading its exclusive HTC Evo 4G LTE. Article

> Google's Maps for the iPhone will hurt Nokia. Article

> Months after quietly removing an iOS software feature enabling users to purchase and send mobile applications and games as gifts, Apple has restored the functionality in time for the holiday season, adding new scheduling capabilities in the process. Article

And finally… A UBS analyst lowered his estimates for iPhone and iPad sales in 2013. Article