LG dings Samsung for eye-scrolling technology; ARM CEO East to step down

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@FierceWireless: RT@engadgetmobile: Nokia obtains injunction on HTC in Germany over battery saving wireless technology. Article[email protected]

> LG Electronics said Samsung Electronics may be infringing on an LG eye-tracking patent by including the technology in its Galaxy S4. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks is selling around $779 million of bonds and published a detailed list of assets and liabilities. Article

>  ARM Holdings CEO Warren East is retiring, and wil be replaced by Simon Segars, the company's president. Release

>  The Samsung Galaxy S4 will support the Qi wireless charging standard. Article

> Blu Products, a small, Florida-based phone maker, wants to take on the big OEMs. Article

> Andrew "weev" Auernheimer was sentenced to 41 months in jail for exploiting an AT&T iPad security flaw. Article

> Google aired a new ad for its Nexus 10 tablet. Article

> BlackBerry 10 Is going to launch in the United States soon and is getting back into the swing of things with a new musical rendition to celebrate. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google is reportedly readying Babble, a cross-platform application that combines the company's multiple messaging and chat options into a single service. Article

> Microsoft is restoring People Hub integration with the latest version of its Skype application for Windows Phone 8 devices, released today. Article

> Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello has resigned after six years at the gaming giant's helm, accepting blame for recent financial missteps that have sent its stock tumbling. Article

Mobile Developer News

>  LinkedIn, Pulse and the future of news reader apps. Editor's Corner

> The fact Apple took at least six months to plug what many see as a major security hole in its App Store both shocked and appalled developers who took to social media to suggest consumers should expect more from the company. Feature

And finally...  Funny or Die is making a Steve Jobs movie. Article

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