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> AT&T introduced a cloud-based mobile PBX application for businesses. Article

> An appeals court rejected Verizon's application for a special panel of judges for its battle against the FCC's net neutrality rules. Article

> A crime ring targeted Apple stores. Article

> Best Buy said it will sell the Verizon iPhone on Feb. 10, the same day as Verizon. Release

> Analyst Roger Entner launched his new firm, dubbed Recon Analytics, with advisors including Denny Strigl, Ed Reynolds and Dennis Miller. Release

> Microsoft provided details on its planned upgrade to Windows Phone 7. Article

> Verizon Wireless disclosed its service pricing, including voice plans, for the Apple iPhone. Article

> A number of reviewers posted their take on the Verizon iPhone. Article

> KeyOn expanded its presence in Nevada through an acquisition. Release

> Nokia spent close to $4 billion on research and development last year. Article

> Google provided details on Android 3.0, dubbed Honeycomb, as well as its Android Market Web store. Article

Mobile Content News

> Both Instagram and Path scored venture capital financing. Article

> Research In Motion launched its BlackBerry App World 2.1 storefront update. Article

> Social gaming behemoth Zynga will extend its popular multiplayer word game Words With Friends to Google's Android mobile operating system later this month. Article

> On-demand social music service Rdio completed a new financing round totaling $17.5 million. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> T-Mobile USA may hold Clearwire's future in its hands. Commentary

> WiFi now accounts for more than 50 percent of mobile user connections to the Internet, according to a new study from Bango. Article

> T-Mobile USA has no plans for femtocells. Article

European Wireless News

> The U.K. telecoms regulator, Ofcom, said it will allow U.K. mobile operators to trade spectrum with each other for the first time. Article

> Russian operator Vimpelcom will not be able to keep its proposed $6 billion acquisition of assets of Wind Telecom afloat much longer in the face of continued opposition from Telenor, VimpelCom's chief said. Article

> The revenue models for 4G are in flux. Commentary

And finally... Nokia's bicycle charger will arrive in India in March. Article

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