Samsung may sue Apple over LTE iPhone; Nokia adds new features to Lumia phones

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> According to Nielsen, 74 percent of 25-34 year olds in the United States now own a smartphone, up from 59 percent in July 2011. Article

> A group of small carriers formed the Interoperability Alliance to push FCC to mandate 700 MHz interoperability. Article

> Apple is opposing Samsung Electronics' efforts to lift a sales ban on its GalaxyTab 10.1. Article

> Samsung may sue Apple if its new iPhone has LTE. Article

> New pictures of the iPad Mini pictures leaked. Article

> Nokia is bringing new features to its existing Lumia phones (article), including its City Lens augmented reality application (article).

> Airave's femtocell is coming to MVNO Ting. Article

> Sony Mobile Communications may be interested in Windows Phone 8. Article

Mobile Content News

> Weeks after Apple said it would remove YouTube as a preloaded application integrated into its iOS 6 platform, Google is introducing a new standalone version of the video service optimized for the iPhone and iPod, complete with paid advertising. Article

> Verizon Wireless is rolling out Verizon Mobile Security, a new application designed to protect Android smartphones from loss, theft and cyber attacks. Article

> Zynga CTO Allan Leinwand has reportedly left the company, continuing the executive exodus there. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Before you develop for the next iPhone, do your copyright due diligence. Editor's Corner

> The majority of app users will uninstall apps over privacy concerns, according to a recent Pew report. Article

European Wireless News

> Huawei is reportedly planning to invest $1.9 billion in the UK. Article

> Everything Everywhere rebranded itself as EE and launched the first LTE service in the UK. Article

And finally... Apple's Jonathan Ive  bought a $17 million mansion in San Francisco. Article

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