Google Chairman: Android is winning the war; HTC releases Butterfly

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> Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said Android is winning the war. Article

> Verizon Wireless will sell the LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy Camera for $549. Article

> Apple is reportedly testing TV designs. Article

> Alvarion deployed a public-safety network in the 4.9 GHz band for a city in Texas. Release

> HTC released a new, high-end smartphone, the Butterfly. Article

> Qualcomm said it is upgrading its small-cell test bed at its San Diego campus to be a hyper-dense Neighborhood Small Cells network. Post

> High-quality pictures of what it is allegedly one of Research In Motion's planned BlackBerry 10 phone leaked online. Article

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> Research In Motion released the finalized gold build of its BlackBerry 10 software development kit, two months before the first devices running the revamped mobile operating system are expected to arrive at retail. Article

> Apple's new fourth-generation iPad and iPad mini each accounted for only 2 percent of overall iOS tablet app traffic in November, app analytics firm Localytics reports. Article

And finally… The Pope tweets. Article

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