China Mobile: TD-LTE testing going smoothly; AT&T brings LTE to Nashville

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> Voice over LTE revenues will grow to $2 billion by 2016, according to new research. Release

> AT&T Mobility said it expanded its LTE network to Nashville, Tenn. Article

> Samsung said it will not offer a handset supporting LTE Release 10 until the fall of 2013. Article

> China Mobile said its tests of TD-LTE are going smoothly. Article

> Nokia Lumia phones are now available in 54 markets. Article

> Apple will attempt to revive a patent infringement lawsuit against Google's Motorola Mobility. Article

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> Nuance launched a new, expanded version of its Swype keyboard. Article

> Amazon is updating its Amazon Appstore for Android distribution terms to award developers 70 percent of the list price on each premium app sale, bringing the storefront in line with rival app marketplaces. Article

> Facebook is revamping its digital payments platform, introducing in-app subscription pricing and abandoning its Credits virtual currency model to support pricing based on developers' local currencies. Article

And finally… Samsung kicks off its Galaxy S III ad campaign. Article

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