HP still evaluating fate of webOS; GPS group asks FCC to block LightSquared

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> The Justice Department is "eager" to head into a trial against AT&T Mobility's plans to acquire T-Mobile USA. Article (sub. req.)

> Hewlett-Packard is still debating what to do with webOS. Article

> Nvidia released its newest chip for tablets and smartphones. Article

> A GPS group is asking the FCC to ban LightSquared. Article

> LG and HTC joined patent pools in an attempt to protect Linux. Article

> An ex-Motorola software engineer is on trial for allegedly stealing secrets in China. Article

> AT&T and rivals are sparring over the carrier's job claims in relation to its planned acquisition of T-Mobile. Article

> ZTE said its U.S.-based device sales will overtake its sales in China by 2015. Article

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> Japanese digital commerce giant Rakuten has acquired e-book platform Kobo for $315 million. Article

> PayPal released version 3.0 of its mobile payment application for Google's Android operating system. Article

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