Boost to sell ZTE Warp; Sprint announces $99 HTC Evo Design 4G

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@FierceMobiCo: ComScore: Mobile social media audience grows 37%. Article | [email protected]

> Huawei continues to fight the perception of the company. Article (sub. req.)

> Boost Mobile will sell the ZTE Warp. Article

> Sprint Nextel will sell the HTC Evo Design 4G for $99. Article

> T-Mobile USA continues to push its Android phone lineup. Article

> Sony plans to add its games to more devices. Article (sub. req.)

> For now, Qualcomm will continue powering Windows Phone devices. Article

> Hewlett-Packard lost its strategy chief. Article

> Research In Motion is facing a trademark lawsuit over the term BBX. Article

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> Around 37 percent of published Android apps were later removed, according to new findings. Article

> Nuance's Dragon Recorder supports transcription on the iPhone. Article

> Best Buy launched an app directory. Article

> Apple is planning an iOS roadshow. Article

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