Motorola's Intel phone pictured; HTC reportedly planning PlayStation phones

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@FierceWireless: Apple shares pass $500 for first time. Article | [email protected]

> Hewlett-Packard laid out its governance model for webOS. Article

> Pictures reportedly have leaked of Motorola Mobility's first Intel-powered Ice Cream Sandwich Android phone. Article

> Apple asked an outside labor rights group to review the conditions in its factories in China. Article

> U.S. Cellular is looking to buy a handful of 700 MHz licenses. Article

> ZTE and Ericsson agreed to drop patent infringement litigation in Germany, the United Kingdom and China. Article

> Sprint Nextel said it will allow users to upgrade their phones for less than the full price. Article

> According to a Pocket-lint report, HTC is poised to be able to sell PlayStation-capable devices. Article

> Will Google Wallet be Google's next failure? Article

> Research In Motion appears to be preparing to announce new BlackBerry 7 gadgets through T-Mobile USA. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched a new in-store trade-in program for used phones. Article

> Alvarion reported a narrower net loss. Article

Mobile Content News

> Research In Motion extended until March 2 its offer of a free PlayBook to Android developers who move to BlackBerry. Article

> Mobile marketing startup Fanminder is rolling out version 2.0 of its customer loyalty platform. Article

> Facebook released version 2.3 of its mobile social networking application for Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, vowing a series of enhancements requested by users. Article

> Comcast is adding text messaging capabilities to its Xfinity Mobile apps for Apple iOS and Google Android mobile phones and tablets. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Developers reportedly continue to favor iOS over Android. Article

> Will Facebook's mobile payments make mobile developers rich? Editor's Corner

> Open-source software development initiative Mozilla plans to build an open marketplace for applications that run across mobile phones, tablets and the desktop. Article

> AT&T introduced the beta version of its Developer Center ForHealth, an open, cloud-based environment designed to nurture the creation of enterprise-grade mobile healthcare applications. Article

And finally... Goodnight, iPad. Article