Google: Motorola products won't 'wow'; Sprint announces Sprint Force LTE smartphone

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@FierceWireless: 'Year Walk' nabs this month's prize for best smartphone app. Article | [email protected]

> Google's CFO hinted that Motorola's upcoming products won't "wow." Article

> Cisco tries to clarify changes to its mobile data traffic forecasts. Post

> TracFone's Net10 appears to have instituted a 1.5 GB cap for AT&T SIM cards. Article

> MetroPCS' largest shareholder plans to vote against the carrier's plans to merge with T-Mobile USA. Article

> Nokia's CEO believes Windows Phone can grow into the world's biggest mobile OS. Video

> An AT&T executive said the carrier has enough spectrum for the next five years. Article

> Sprint Nextel announced the new Sprint Force LTE smartphone. Post

> Google's white spaces database is scheduled to go live next week. Article

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> Google is rolling out a new version of its YouTube application for Apple's iOS that enables users to find videos on their iPhone or iPad, then send the content to their smart TV with the click of a button. Article

> A month after releasing its BlackBerry 10 operating system overhaul, BlackBerry is issuing its first over-the-air update, promising a series of improvements requested by users. Article

And finally… North Koreans can't access the company's wireless Internet networks, but visitors can--for a steep price. Article

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