Google reportedly working on smart watch; HTC One to hit N. America by end of April

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> HTC said its new One smartphone will roll out in the UK, Germany and Taiwan next week and across Europe, North America and most of Asia-Pacific before the end of April. Article

> Google is reportedly working on a smart watch. Article (sub. req.)

> Ericsson reportedly leads the LTE market by a wide margin. Release

> The small cell market will reach $2.7 billion by 2017, according to Infonetics Research. Release

> Dish Network appears resigned to the possibility that the FCC will approve Sprint Nextel's purchase of Clearwire. Article

> Lawmakers are pushing a bill that would limit GPS tracking. Article

> The Department of Defense said it is not ditching BlackBerry for Apple. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple said a Google Now app has not been submitted to the App Store. Article

> Apple has improved the security of its iCloud service with a two-step authentication process. Article

> Beginning May 1, Apple will no longer accept iOS applications or app updates that access unique device identifiers [UDIDs] in iPhones and iPads. Article

> Apple Senior Vice President of Industrial Design Jony Ive is lobbying to make the next version of the company's iOS mobile operating system simpler and more minimalist, The Wall Street Journal reports. Article

> Apple is rolling out a revamped version of its much-criticized Podcasts application for iOS, adding a series of new customization features and refreshing the user interface. Article

And finally… Google's Eric Schmidt said he still uses a BlackBerry. Article