HTC One V headed to U.S. Cellular; Syniverse will buy Mach for $694M

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> HTC said its One V is headed to U.S. Cellular and regional carriers. Article

> Syniverse will buy Mach for $694 million. Article

 > A court denied Apple's application for a ban on HTC's products. Article

> Google's Ice Cream Sandwich is now in one of every ten Android phones. Article

> HTC named AT&T Mobility's Mike Woodward as president of its North American business. Article

> Nokia said Google's Nexus 7 tablet infringes on its patents. Article

> GreatCall announced the JitterBug Plus. Article

Mobile Content News

> In-app advertising spending is on pace to reach $7.1 billion by 2015, up from $2.4 billion in 2012, according to a new Juniper Research forecast. Article

> Fisku raised $10 million from Qualcomm and others. Article

> Apple is adding a new Food & Drink category to its App Store, helping iOS device users more efficiently target applications related to cooking and dining. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Google is working to entice developers to Android 4.1. Article

> Support for HTML5 continues to grow. Editor's Corner

And finally… London's smartphone robber was sentenced to jail for five years. Article

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