Intel unveils prototype Android smartphones; Google activates 700K Android devices per day

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> Galaxy Nexus owners report problems with the device's touchscreen and signal.  Article

> Tower owners may benefit from AT&T's failed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Nokia has changed the name of its Symbian platform from Symbian Anna/Bell to Nokia Anna/Belle.  Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that Motorola's Android phones violate one of Microsoft's smartphone patents.  Article

> HTC has started testing new smartphones that work around the technology that was cited in a patent lawsuit won by Apple. Article

> Intel has developed prototype smartphones and tablets equipped with the Medfield chip and running Google's Android platform.  Article

> ­Ericsson won a five-year upgrade contract from Swisscom for its LTE network. Article

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> Google says it is activating 700,000 Android devices per day.  Article

> Google has temporarily halted the Android 4.0 operating system update for Samsung Nexus S smartphones after consumers reported issues with the new software. Article

> The NFL will partner with NBC and Verizon Wireless to stream the Super Bowl live to devices equipped with the operator's NFL Mobile application.  Article

And finally... A study suggests that people lie more when they text message than they do face-to-face.  Article

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