LG reportedly working with Google on another Nexus phone; Samsung targets B2B market in ad campaign

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@FierceWireless: RT@engadgetmobile: Korea Times: LG is working with Google on another Nexus phone. Article | [email protected]

> After outspending Apple in advertising last year, Samsung is now directing its sizeable budget to the global B2B market, unveiling a new ad campaign. Article

> Mozilla updated its Firefox OS Simulator. Article

> Sierra Wireless reported year-over-year revenue increases, which the company attributed to its machine-to-machine sales. Release

> BlackBerry and Samsung devices have been approved for use on Defense Department networks. Article

> Apple avoided $9.2 billion in taxes with its debt deal. Article

> Jolla swapped out its CEO for the third time. Article

> Google Fiber is expanding to Shawnee, Kansas. Article

> Ericsson is warning of cutthroat competition in China. Article

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> Instagram is rolling out Photos for You, a new feature enabling iOS and Android users to add Facebook-style tags to images. Article

> Barnes & Noble is expanding Google Play support to its Android-powered Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets, offering users access to more than 700,000 applications and games as well as millions of songs, movies and television programs. Article

And finally… A pregnant T-Mobile employee clocked out to use the bathroom. Article

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