HTC Evo 3D and View 4G go on sale; Will Nokia and Sony Ericsson disappear as brands?

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@FierceWireless: RT @allthingsd: Could HP Push webOS as a Premium Alternative to Android? -by @JohnPaczkowski. Article | [email protected]

> 24/7 Wall Street named 10 brands that will disappear this year, and Nokia and Sony Ericsson are among them. Article

> Hewlett-Packard will publish Pivot, a monthly webOS magazine available on the Touchpad tablet that will highlight apps for the platform. Article

> Motorola reiterated that the Droid Bionic will be released this summer and told everyone to "hang tight." Article

> Microsoft detailed the new Games Hub for Windows Phone Mango. Article

> The HTC Evo 3D and Evo View 4G are now available for all Sprint Nextel customers. Article

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> PayPal anticipates its 2011 mobile total payments volume will reach $3 billion, up from the $2 billion target the company forecast in February. Article

> Card.io, a new startup founded by AdMob veterans Mike Mettler and Josh Bleecher Snyder, has closed a $1 million seed round from angel investors including AdMob founder Omar Hamoui. Article

> Viacom filed suit to block Cablevision Systems from streaming its programming over the Optimum App for iPad, which offers Cablevision's 3 million households free access to about 300 live television channels as well as video-on-demand content. Article

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