AT&T to go VoLTE in 2013; Intel backs MeeGo

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> Sprint Nextel and Good Technology announced a partnership for Android services for businesses. Release

> AT&T said it will offer Voice over LTE services starting in 2013. Article

> Intel reaffirmed its commitment to MeeGo. Article

> Sports Illustrated will use Microsoft's Tag mobile action codes. Article

> Research In Motion promised the majority of new BlackBerry devices shipping in the coming months will integrate Near Field Communications technologies. Article

> Google offered additional details on its forthcoming version of Android for smartphones. Article

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> Research In Motion acquired social media solutions developer Gist. Article

> In the hours after Apple introduced a new subscription platform for all content-based applications in its App Store storefront, publishers have expressed serious reservations over the terms of the service. Article

> Adobe said its Flash technology is now on more than 20 million phones. Article

> Warner Bros. will start selling movies as apps. Article

> Google responded to Apple's new application subscription service with a version of its own that is more flexible. Article

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