HTC announces One X for AT&T, One S for T-Mobile; ZTE announces Android, Windows phones

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> Motorola Solutions purchased $1.17 billion of its stock from Carl Icahn. Article

> HTC launched the One X for AT&T Mobility and the One S for T-Mobile USA. Article

> Asus provided details on its PadFone. Article

> Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 (Article) and the Galaxy Beam with a pico projector. Article

> ZTE announced new Android and Windows Phone devices. Article

> Ericsson predicts wireless traffic will increase 10 times by 2016. Article

> LG showed off new quad-core and LTE phones. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple reportedly paid $50 million for Chomp. Article

> Mobile video sharing application Viddy has been removed from Apple's App Store due to concerns over adult-themed content uploaded by users. Article

> Half of all U.S. consumers access the web at some point during the shopping experience, according to eBay's CEO. Article

> Facebook is offering operator billing for mobile Web apps. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its QorIQ Qonverge base station-on-chip portfolio architecture. Article

> Reflecting the growing importance of Domain Name System technology in the mobile arena, Nominum today announced its Mobile Suite of DNS-base applications for operators. Article

> Initial deployments of Next Generation Hotspots are expected to occur over the next year, according to the Wireless Broadband Alliance. Article

European Wireless News

> France Telecom Orange confirmed losing 201,000 subscribers to Iliad's Free Mobile in the six weeks since the low-cost operator launched. Article

> Vodafone Germany's CEO said Android will cause smartphone prices to decline. Article

> The CEO of Everything Everywhere Olaf Swantee is hassling the U.K. regulator Ofcom to release the 1800MHz band for LTE services, or risk seeing the country fall further behind other nations. Article

And finally... The Samsung Galaxy S III isn't at Mobile World Congress, but one blog is reporting its specs anyway. Article