C Spire to launch Galaxy S III with LTE; TI forecast could beat estimates

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> Samsung's Galaxy S III will be C Spire Wireless' first LTE device. Release

> Texas Instruments' forecast may beat some analysts' estimates. Article

> The ITC rejected Google's patents in a legal battle between HTC and Apple. Article

> According to a Flash Networks study, 73 percent subscribers who wait 8 or more seconds for video to buffer will likely abandon their attempt to watch it. Release

> Raco Wireless announced a partnership with Enterprise Mobile. Release

> Leap Wireless will take its Cricket products to 1,200 Kmart stores. Release

Mobile Content News

> Apple will use TomTom data for its new iOS mapping service. Article

> More than a year after introducing its Cloud Player streaming music service, Amazon is finally bringing the application to Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. Article

> Nokia Maps will replace Microsoft's own Bing Maps in all devices running the software giant's Windows Phone mobile operating system, according to WPCentral. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Augmented reality is finally ready for commercial success. Industry Voices

> Apple's iOS 6 is packed with new features. Editor's Corner

And finally… Samsung is ramping up its Galaxy S III advertising. Article

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