LG to unveil Optimus L SeriesII; Home Depot dumps BlackBerry for iPhone

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> Apple could launch an inexpensive iPhone in June, according to an analyst. Article

> LG plans to introduce the Optimus L SeriesII during the Mobile World Congress trade show. Release

> Home Depot plans to switch from BlackBerry to iPhone. Article

> Nokia introduced the Asha 310 with a dual SIM and Wi-Fi. Release

> Nokia sold its Peltola campus in Oulu and will lease back the space. Article

> Vodafone is looking to raise $6 billion. Article

> Neul announced what it said is the world's first TV White Space transceiver chip, Iceni. Release

> F5 Networks announced its new F5 BIG-IP Policy Enforcement Manager. Release. Separately, F5 Networks will acquire LineRate Systems. Release

Mobile Content News

> Google could be developing a Google Now Android widget. Article

> Electronic Arts will shift its marquee mobile racing franchise Real Racing from premium to freemium with the Feb. 28 launch of the series' third installment, available for Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Article

> Google is pushing its Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software update to Nexus-branded devices including Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 10. Article

Mobile Developer News

> The mobile version of Facebook Graph Search is worth waiting for. Editor's Corner

> HTML5 could have worked for Facebook. Industry Voices

And finally… Tim Cook: "Apple is the center of innovation." Article

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