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> HTC has no plans to build its own operating system, and is content to rely on the offerings from Google and Microsoft. Article

> Intel hired on an executive for its smartphone push who previously held positions at Palm and Apple. Article

> Both Apple and RIM put in bids for Palm before Hewlett-Packard snatched up the company, according to Business Insider. Article

> Is Verizon planning to discontinue the Motorola Droid and Devour? Article

Mobile Content News

> Mozilla's Firefox arrives on the iPhone. Article

> Disney said its Toy Story 3 app for Apple's iPhone exceeded 1.7 million downloads. Article

> Premium cable network Showtime launched Dexter Game On, an interactive mobile game. Article

> Mobile application analytics provider Flurry introduced AppCircle. Article

And finally... Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) wrote Apple to "express concern regarding the reception problem with the Apple iPhone 4." Article

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