HTC's One is reportedly going to Verizon; Alltel gets iPhones

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> The HTC One is reportedly headed to Verizon Wireless. Article

> Pictures and details of the Samsung Galaxy S IV continue to leak ahead of Samsung's official announcement. Article

> LG said it plans to add software to the Optimus G Pro that will allow users to control video playback with their eyes. Article

> A range of critics contend that AT&T does not unlock its phones as it says it does. Article

> China Mobile plans to increase its spending to build out a 4G network. Article. Further, the carrier plans to soon start selling Apple products. Article

> Alltel will soon start selling the iPhone 5, 4S and 4. Article

> Is Samsung stringing Microsoft along on Windows Phone 8? Article

> Sprint Nextel MVNO Ting said it will sell the Galaxy S IV. Post

> The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will delay a decision on an iPhone ban. Article

> Smart card company Gemalto said it expects a further increase in sales. Article

Mobile Content News

> PayPal is acquiring mobile software development startup Duff Research, a move to accelerate the rollout of its digital wallet efforts. Financial terms were not disclosed. Article

> Google is sunsetting its native Voice App for BlackBerry, stating it will terminate support for the calling and messaging service next week. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Sprint is continuing its push to attract small business customers to its modernized networks, with its latest promotion promising deals on devices as well as credit for every wireless line switched from a competitor. Article

> Members of the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) will gain access to one-of-a-kind LTE data roaming hub developed by Transaction Network Services (TNS). Article

European Wireless News

> French prosecutors are going to investigate Microsoft's Skype's unit at the behest of telecoms regulator Arcep, which accused Skype of failing to register as a telecoms operator. Article

> French mobile operators will be able to ink network sharing deals after the country's antitrust authority gave its approval on a limited basis. The antitrust authority said it would closely monitor the market to ensure that competition is maintained. Article

And finally… Google's second "spring cleaning" will discontinue Google Reader, Google Voice for BlackBerry and other products. Post

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