BlackBerry Z10 may hit AT&T March 22; Canada to auction 700 MHz in November

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> T-Mobile USA has declined to provide more details on the layoffs taking place at the carrier. Article

> BlackBerry's Z10 will reportedly arrive at AT&T Mobility March 22. Article

> The Canadian government will auction additional 700 MHz spectrum starting in November. Article

> Samsung Electronics is reportedly preparing a $100 smartphone. Article

> Apple won a ruling against Samsung in a U.K. patent trial. Article

> A BlackBerry patent hints at a dual-screen phone. Article

> JDSU said it acquired Arieso for $85 million in cash. Release

> Republic Wireless released its new Wi-Fi+ app. Release

> HTC scored a victory against Nokia in a patent case. Article (sub. req.)

Mobile Content News

> The Federal Trade Commission has filed eight different complaints against 29 defendants charged with collectively sending more than 180 million unwanted text messages to consumers promising prizes like gift cards to big-box retailers including Target, Walmart and Best Buy. Article

> Pandora Media reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenues of $125.1 million, a 54 percent year-over-year increase fueled by mobile growth. The streaming radio company also announced the resignation of longtime Chairman and CEO Joe Kennedy. Article

> Google is extending its Field Trip local discovery application from its own Android platform to archrival Apple's iPhone. Article

And finally… Google Glass can learn how your friends dress. Article