HTC delays One in some markets; Nokia Lumia 928 may be headed to Verizon

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> HTC has delayed the release of its One phone in some markets. Article

> The Nokia Lumia 928 will launch at Verizon Wireless in April. Article

> The Huawei Ascend D2 is now selling through China Unicom. Article

> A new smartphone accessory can detect alcohol on a user's breath. Article

> A Clearwire shareholder is reiterating its opposition to Sprint Nextel's plans to acquire Clearwire. Article

> ZTE cut a number of senior and middle-management roles in a restructuring. Article

> Apple continues to update its Maps service. Article

> The Federal Trade Commission is taking aim at mobile and social networking channels with a new set of rules. Article

> Google purchased DNNresearch to help the company identify voices and objects. Article

> Intel said it now supports Android 4.2.2. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple's iPad will lose its stranglehold on the worldwide tablet market this year, overcome by a wave of smaller, lower-priced devices powered by Google's Android, research firm IDC forecasts. Article

> A video indicating Google will expand its Now personal assistant service to Apple's iOS surfaced briefly Tuesday on YouTube before disappearing from the site soon after, Engadget reports. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Google agreed to pay a $7 million fine in a multistate settlement regarding its unauthorized collection of data from unsecured Wi-Fi networks nationwide through Google's Street View vehicles. Article

And finally… Steve Jobs will be a manga hero. Article

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