GameStop to sell Net10; MetroPCS ends MetroFlash CDMA phone flashing

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@FierceWireless: RT@CNETNews: RIM's big BlackBerry 10 launch is tomorrow: Here's what we know, and what we expect. Article | [email protected]

> Apple will sell an iPad with 128 GB of storage. Article

> HTC announced a Feb. 19 press event where it could announce its M7 phone. Article

> GameStop will sell wireless service from TracFone's Net10 brand. Release

> Research In Motion's rumored BlackBerry Z10 phone will reportedly land in the United Kingdom Jan. 30. Article

> Motorola Solutions announced a handful of handheld computers that run the Windows Embedded operating system. Article

> The Electronic Frontier Foundation provided further details on rules that prohibit cell phone unlocking. Article

> MetroPCS ended its MetroFlash CDMA phone flashing service. Article

> T-Mobile USA is offering vanity numbers through StarStar Me. Article

> An Apple patent points to sensors in users' shoes. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced the Novatel Wireless Jetpack 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot MiFi 5510L, which will go for $20 with a contract. Article

Mobile Content News

> WhatsApp's data collection policies have run afoul of Dutch and Canadian privacy laws. Article

> AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless continue to court startups. Editor's Corner

> Facebook is overhauling its flagship mobile social networking application for Apple's iOS, adding in-app video recording and sharing capabilities as well as voice messaging options. Article

> OpenTable is acquiring dining recommendations app Foodspotting for $10 million in cash and adding photo-sharing capabilities to its restaurant reservations platform. Article

> Nokia's City Lens for Windows Phone 8 and 7.5 has been updated. Article

Mobile Developer News

> What will it take to prevent the next "Make Me Asian?" Editor's Corner

> Android and iOS may compete fiercely for developer attention, but those that don't create apps for either platform can expect to make half as much money as their peers, according to a recent research report. Article

And finally… Iran says it sent a monkey into space. Article

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