Nokia loses patent case to IPCom; Apple fights Australian regulators over 4G iPad

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@FierceWireless: AT&T opening Watson speech recognition APIs to developers. Article | [email protected]

> The FCC published a website to help consumers avoid "bill shock." Article

> ABI Research predicts that 4G devices will generate 87 million in unit sales in 2012, up 294 percent year-on-year. Release

> Samsung sued Apple over patents after a judge ordered settlement talks. Article

> Apple will hire 500 new workers in Ireland. Article

> Nokia lost a patent case against IPCom in Germany. Article

> Apple is fighting Australian regulators who argue Apple shouldn't advertise the iPad as supporting 4G. Article

> Nokia released a commercial filmed entirely on its 808 PureView. Article

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> Worldwide mobile media revenues will approach $150 billion in 2012, buoyed by increased consumer spending and growing advertiser interest, according to a new forecast issued by Strategy Analytics. Article

> Mozilla will release the first smartphones running its web-based Boot to Gecko mobile operating system to Telefónica subscribers in Brazil, Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs announced Thursday. Article

And finally... A real press release headline: "LG Mobile, Sprint Bring Fairy Tales to Life at LG Viper 4G LTE Launch Event." Release

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