Moto Titanium dropping at Sprint for $149; Nokia details U.S. layoffs

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> The global wireless industry represents about 2 percent of the world's gross domestic product. Article

> Motorola reportedly redesigned the Droid Bionic. Article

> Nokia detailed layoffs at its U.S. headquarters. Article

> The Motorola Titanium reportedly is coming to Sprint Nextel later this month for $149. Article

> Rogers launched LTE in Canada. Article

> Satellite company ICO Global Communications will get new executives and change its name to Pendrell. Article

> MetroPCS will sell the Huawei M835 and the Freeform III. Article

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> Time Warner Cable updated its iPad app. Release

> QuickPlay purchased Qualcomm's FLO TV operations center in San Diego. Article

> Freemium mobile games now generate 65 percent of gaming revenues in Apple's App Store. Article

> Apple continues to tweak the terms of its iAd mobile advertising network. Article

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