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> Pictures of an HTC Evo with a keyboard have surfaced on a number of websites. Article

> Engadget posted pictures of what it said is Motorola's forthcoming 10-inch Android tablet. Article

> CTIA announced its new officers and executive committee members. Release

> Brightpoint announced an agreement to acquire Touchstone Wireless. Release

Mobile Content News

> Brightkite will no longer incorporate check-ins, posting or stream viewing functionality into future versions of its mobile applications. Article

> Google reduced the window for Android Market refunds. Article

> Apple has approved Google's Latitude application for the iPhone. Article

> Mobile application revenues will reach $35 billion in 2014, according to IDC. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The attorney general from Connecticut has demanded that Google turn over WiFi data the company collected in his state from Street View cars. Article

> Maravedis considers Clearwire vs. Verizon 4G. Comparison

> Picochip and Wavesat announced they have successfully completed interoperability testing. Article

European Wireless News

> Around 25 percent of Europeans will use their mobiles for holiday shopping. Article

> Denmark has now caught up with other Nordic states following the launch of commercial LTE services. Article

> Ovum predicts devices such as smartphones and tablet computers will help to drive the consumerisation of healthcare next year. Article

> Orange France plans an LTE launch in 2013. Article

> Can Google's NFC initiative help mobile payments? Commentary

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