Nokia acknowledges problems with batch of N8s; HTC Merge peeks out from Verizon

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> Apple is reportedly developing a CDMA/GSM iPad. Article

> The FCC is reportedly moving forward on net neutrality. Article

> Android is set to take 15 percent of the tablet market next year. Article

> European operators are reportedly working to prohibit Apple from using built-in SIM cards. Article

> According to Advertising Age, Research In Motion is shopping for a new advertising agency. Article

> Specialized phone maker Modu appears braced for layoffs. Article

> Nokia acknowledged power-management glitches on batches of its new N8 smartphone. Post

> TJ Maxx is selling the iPad for $399. Article

> The HTC Merge popped up on Verizon Wireless' website. Article

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> Expedia purchased mobile apps developer Mobiata. Article

> Google is reportedly in negotiations to acquire social commerce juggernaut Groupon. Article

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