AT&T might release Pantech Element tablet at CES; iPhone 4S hits China

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> Apple said the iPhone 4S will drop in China--the world's largest wireless market--and 21 other countries on Jan. 13. Article

> Sony Ericsson could release the Arc HD at CES. Article

> Nokia Drive is now available on the company's Symbian Belle phones. Article

> AT&T reportedly plans to release the LTE-capable Pantech Element waterproof Android tablet for $299 at CES next week. Article

> Huawei is arguing against a probe of its potential businesses with Iran. Article

> Signals Research Group announced the findings of independent data performance benchmark tests of commercially-available LTE chipsets. Release

> Samsung announced the Galaxy Ace Plus and the Galaxy M Style. Article

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> Google is making the inclusion of its unmodified Holo theme family a compatibility requirement for all devices running Android 4.0 and forward. Article

> MetroPCS is teaming with Mobile Content Venture to preload the Dyle Mobile TV service across forthcoming Android devices manufactured by Samsung Electronics. Article

And finally... Meet Microsoft's Siri. Article

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