Former FCC chief Martin lobbies for LightSquared; Nokia reportedly prepping Lumia 820, 920

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> Former FCC Chairman Kevin Martin is now working on behalf of bankrupt LightSquared. Article

> Nokia reportedly is preparing the Lumia 820 and 920 with Pureview camera technology. Article

> A report by The Verge notes that Apple isn't necessarily claiming a patent on pinch-to-zoom functions. Article

> Apple lost a patent lawsuit against Samsung in Japan. Article

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> Microsoft and Nokia are funneling $1 million to Windows Phone 8 application developers. Article

> PayPal released an updated version of its Android payment application highlighted by a revamped user interface as well as new features including credit and debit card scanning. Article

> Groupon is rolling out new versions of its mobile commerce applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, promising a more efficient user experience designed to simplify discovery of current offers. Article

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