HTC Evo 3D could head to T-Mobile; Nokia lights smartphone pricing war

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> Nokia reportedly is cutting its smartphone prices in a bid to win market share. Article

> The FCC approved the Motorola Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless and the HTC Evo 3D for T-Mobile. Article

> Harbinger Capital Partners' chief operating officer will leave the company. Article (sub. req.)

> Arizona supports AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Huawei expects to sell 20 million smartphones this year. Article

> Sony Ericsson will develop TD-LTE phones with China Mobile. Article

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> Apple offered a live streaming concert app. Article

> Google's Android and Apple's iOS continue to distance themselves in the battle for U.S. smartphone market share. Article

> Tapjoy raised $30 million in a Series D round of funding led by J.P. Morgan. Article

> Twitter is in negotiations to raise a new round of private financing that would value the startup as high as $7 billion. Article

And finally... A former Flextronics executive pleaded guilty to leaking iPhone and iPad secrets. Article

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