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> Ericsson said mobile broadband subscriptions will hit 1 billion this year. Release

> Intel will pay Nvidia $1.5 billion in licensing fees. Release

> Chipmaker CSR said it settled its patent dispute with Broadcom. Article

> Cox Communications hired a former Sprint Nextel executive to head up its wireless business. Article

> Apple's courtroom battle with Nokia is moving to Delaware. Article

> Google will reportedly release Android 2.4, dubbed "ice cream," in the summer. Article

> Ericsson and Huawei won an LTE deal with TeliaSonera. Article

> Samsung's SCH-R910 reportedly will be MetroPCS' first Android LTE phone. Article

Mobile Content News

> Social game publisher Glu Mobile will sell at least 7.3 million shares of its common stock at a price of $2.05 per share. Article

> Social commerce juggernaut Groupon has raised a staggering $950 million from investors. Article

> Mobile media sharing solutions developer Bump Technologies closed a $16 million Series B financing round. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Can Amazon.com beat Google's Android Market? Commentary

> AT&T Mobility previewed its cloud-based Location Information Solution. Article

> An iOS application based on the VLC open source multimedia framework has vanished from Apple's App Store. Article

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