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> Sprint Nextel's Virgin Mobile will sell the iPhone 5. Article

> China's Tsinghua Holdings could buy Spreadtrum for $1.38 billion. Article

> The Federal Aviation Administration delayed its decision on whether to relax the use of mobile phones and other electronic devices in airplanes by two months, to late September. Article

> ZTE expects that LTE phones will make up 40-50 percent of its device shipments by 2015. Article

> Samsung showed off its Galaxy S4 Mini, ore Galaxy devices and two Windows tablets. Article (sub. req.)

> Infonetics Research found that the global mobile infrastructure market fell 9 percent sequentially and 2 percent year-over-year. Article

> Sprint's Assurance Wireless is now available in Nevada. Article

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> Apple is now tracking iOS platform fragmentation on its public developer site, mirroring--and possibly mocking--Google's Android Developer dashboard. Article

> WhatsApp has surpassed the 250 million active user milestone, the over-the-top messaging services firm told The Wall Street Journal. Article

And finally… Will Google Glass be the next iPhone? Article

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