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> Verizon Wireless expanded its marketing agreements with Time Warner Cable (release) and Comcast (release).

> AT&T Mobility is reportedly gearing up for a small cell push. Article

> A group of global operators have agreed on data roaming alert mechanisms. Article

> Google CEO Larry Page has lost his voice and won't be on stage during the company's I/O event next week. Article

> Samsung said it is investigating reports of the Galaxy S III catching on fire. Article

> HTC's Windows Phone 8 roadmap reportedly contains the Zenith, the Accord and the Rio. Article

> An Acer executive said Microsoft's Surface tablet effort might not be successful. Article

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> Flipboard launched its service for Android phones. Article

> Microsoft released the software development kit for its new SmartGlass initiative. Article

And finally… Qualcomm's latest chip is like butter that doesn't melt. Article

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