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> A court filing inadvertently revealed a peak at the inner workings of the legal battle between Apple and Samsung. Article

> Leap Wireless will buy 12 MHz of 700 MHz A block spectrum in Chicago from Verizon Wireless for $204 million and to sell Verizon Wireless excess PCS and AWS spectrum in various markets across the U.S for $188 million. Release

>  As expected, Verizon Wireless will launch two new Motorola Mobility Droid Xyboard tablets. Release

> The International Trade Commission said it will put on hold an expected decision in the Apple-HTC battle. Article

> Expectations are high for Amazon's Kindle Fire. Article

> The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will reportedly sell through Verizon Wireless for $299 with a two-year contract. Article

> The rumored Apple TV will come in three sizes, topping out at 55 inches. Article

> AT&T Mobility could divest half of T-Mobile USA's customers to get its acquisition approved. Article

> LightSquared inked a deal with Elevate. Release

> HTC's November revenues dropped 20 percent. Article

> Motorola looks to be gearing to sell the Droid 4 and Xoom 2. Article

Mobile Content News

> App store query traffic for the term "shopping" increased 1200 percent and "discounts" surged 3000 percent on Black Friday 2011. Article

> Facebook confirmed reports it has acquired location-enabled mobile social network Gowalla. Article

Mobile Developer News

> How can developers localize their apps? Industry Voices

> Google is expanding Android Market mobile game sales to the South Korea market. Article

> Facebook hired James Pearce as its new head of mobile developer relations. Article

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