LG could be planning Windows Phone for Sprint; HTC Evo One for Sprint leaks

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> NewNet Communication Technologies announced Access Telecom, based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, selected NewNet's WiMAX solution as the core wireless technology behind its migration from Pre-WiMAX to WiMAX technology. Release

> LG could be preparing a Windows Phone for Sprint Nextel. Article

> Brightstar will offer Sony's Xperia phones in the United States. Release

> The Sprint Nextel LTE-capable HTC Evo One appears to have leaked. Article

> The LG Optimus 3D Max appears headed for AT&T Mobility. Article

> Telespree Communications will provide its real-time 3G and 4G data usage monitoring services to Simplexity MVNO Services. Release

> HTC will use its 2012 advertising budget pushing its One brand. Article

> Inmarsat said further payments from LightSquared are "highly uncertain." Article

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> The co-founding engineer of Google Wallet has moved to Square. Article

> Amazon is testing different ways to make in-app purchases within applications downloaded to its Kindle Fire tablet. Article

> Twitter unveiled a new version of its social networking application for Research In Motion's BlackBerry operating system. Article

> Google said it purchased TxVia to improve its Wallet service. Article

Mobile Developer News

> The market for "full catalog" app stores that provide a full range of native apps has reached a limit and new entrants will have a difficult time succeeding, according to a new study from research2guidance. Article

And finally... Apple's stock could go over $1,000 per share? Article

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