Apple vacates government's environmentally friendly ranking; Sprint pushes against Galaxy Nexus ban

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> Google's Nexus 7 tablet costs $152 to build, according to iSuppli. Article

> Apple said it is no longer submitting its devices to the government's list of environmentally friendly products, EPEAT, because (among other reasons) "Apple products are superior in other important environmental areas not measured by EPEAT, such as removal of toxic materials." Article

> Sprint Nextel is arguing against a ban on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Article

> According to a new report from Signals and Systems Telecom, the voice over mobile broadband market will grow at a CAGR of nearly 150 percent between 2013 and 2016, eventually reaching 450 million subscriptions worldwide. Release

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> More malware has been found in Google's Play Android storefront. Article

> Angry Birds maker Rovio announced its next game: Amazing Alex. Article

> Tapjoy and Kontagent announced a partnership for mobile app analytics. Article

> Sprint Nextel is pushing a software update to its Android-powered HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone designed to resolve software issues preventing some subscribers from using the Google Wallet contactless payment service. Article

And finally… Windows 8 Metro UI ported to iPhone. Article

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