Boost offers unlimited calling to Mexico for $15/month; Samsung goes for mass market with Galaxy Win

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> Sony's Xperia Z reported is headed to T-Mobile USA. Article

> Boost Mobile offers unlimited calling to Mexico for $15 per month. Release

> T-Mobile issued an update to unlocked iPhones that supports visual voicemail and LTE. Article

> Samsung announced the new Galaxy Win smartphone for the mass market. Post

> A judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission found Samsung is infringing on an Apple patent. Article

> Samsung is reportedly building a mid-range phone with a 6.3-inch screen. Article

> The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office withdrew its primary objections to Apple's "iPad mini" trademark. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple has removed the popular discovery and deals service AppGratis from its App Store, continuing its efforts to eliminate iOS applications that promote apps other than the developer's own. Article

> Google is close to an agreement to acquire fast-growing over-the-top messaging application WhatsApp, insiders tell Digital Trends. Article

> Dyle mobile TV expanded to three new markets. Article

> Facebook has vowed its forthcoming Home launcher will not violate consumer privacy rules, outlining its data collection practices and assuring users they can disable location-based services at any time. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> AT&T has updated much of its network to accommodate deployment of HSPA+ metrocells around the country, but the rollout of more advanced multi-standard metrocells is at least a year away, according to the senior executive heading up the program. Article

> The small cell market is bifurcating between public access and metrocell equipment vs. consumer-grade femtocells, resulting in two distinct roadmaps for sales of baseband processors for small cells, according to ABI Research. Article

European Wireless News

> Analysts at Deutsche Bank is revising its view of Alcatel-Lucent, and think the vendor now has the "key ingredients" for a turnaround, helped by the appointment of a new CEO with a track record for reducing costs. Article

> Telefónica received a €200 million line of credit from the Canadian export agency to purchase BlackBerry handsets and services. Article

And finally… Nokia's Lumia 920 phone was recently run over by a 24-ton earth mover--and still was able to make a call. Article