H2O Wireless pops unlimited $50 data service; Texan carrier drops WiMAX for LTE

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> MetroPCS added call and text blocking services. Article

> AT&T Mobility now offers LTE service in 28 markets after launching in parts of Florida and North Carolina. Article

> Peoples Telephone Cooperative, a rural Texas carrier, said it will swap out its WiMAX service with LTE as part of a new deal with the NetAmerica Alliance. Article

> Motorola Mobility provided details on which of its Android phones would be upgraded to version 4.0, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich

> The Femtocell Forum has rebranded itself the Small Cell Forum. Post

> Gartner predicts Apple's market share will slip as the novelty of the iPhone 4S wears off. Article

> LG looks to be building a phone running Nvidia's Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Article

> H2O Wireless announced a new unlimited $50 data service that is essentially a replication of what Clearwire offers. Article

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> Google said it fixed a security flaw in its Google Wallet service. Article

> Social gaming giant Zynga posted a $435 million loss during the fourth quarter of 2011, its first period as a public company. Article

> Apple will reportedly again cut the cost of its iAd service. Article

> The Verge published a detailed report on how iOS apps access users' address books. Article

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