RIM's BlackBerry 10 'London' reportedly pictured; HTC Ville could land at MWC

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> Sony said its VP Kazuo Hirai will be its new president and CEO, replacing Howard Stringer. Article

> ARM's CEO said Windows 8 tablets could have an edge over Android. Article

> Amazon's fourth quarter results show that the company's investments in the Kindle and elsewhere have been slow to pay off. Article

> Motorola Solutions said it settled a long-running legal dispute with Lemko. Article

> HTC is reportedly preparing a super slim "Ville" smartphone for debut at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. Article

> Research In Motion's new chairwoman, Barbara Stymiest, said she plans to make additional changes to the company's director lineup. Article

> PlatinumTel Wireless announced its new $45 Unlimited Talk and Text plan with 150MB of 3G Web access and a $55 Unlimited Talk and Text Plan with 2GB of 3G Web. Release

> MetroPCS is using Newfield Wireless' TrueCall network visualization and optimization software for its LTE network. Release

> Black Box Corp. announced it acquired in-building wireless company InnerWireless. Release

> Billing company Amdocs announced two new solutions the company said will "enable service providers to quickly and cost-effectively enter the fast-growing connected devices market." Release

> Simple Mobile said it will partner with Fry's Electronics on a new in-store display system "that will dramatically change how mobile consumers select their phone and carrier options." Release

> Crackberry.com published what it said is likely a picture of Research In Motion's planned first BlackBerry 10 phone, the London. Article

Mobile Content News

> Despite developer concerns over the state of Google's open-source Android mobile operating system, the platform is not as fragmented as many believe, according to mobile app analytics firm Localytics. Article

> Google sent a letter to Congress to assuage privacy concerns. Article

And finally... Three-quarters of all Americans use their cell phone in the bathroom. Article