iPhone 5 could hit T-Mobile USA; Nokia Lumia 900 could arrive in March

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> The LG Marquee is headed to Sprint Nextel's Boost Mobile for $279 later this month. Article

> The Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T Mobility could be released in March. Article

> Bright House Networks turned on more than 2,000 Wi-Fi hotspots in Florida. Article

> Target reportedly will open Apple kiosks. Article

> The iPhone 5 could make its way to T-Mobile USA and other networks. Article

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> Google introduced a design website for Android 4.0. Post

> AT&T is teaming with USA Today to extend the operator's Mobile Barcodes program to the paper's pages. Article

> Sony Entertainment Network will expand its Music Unlimited streaming service to Apple's iPhone and iPad. Article

> Openwave Systems, a mobile technology software company based in Redwood City, Calif., is considering selling its mediation and messaging businesses and has hired Jeffries and Co. to advise the company. Article

And finally... The release of the iPhone 4S in China created pandemonium. Article

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