Samsung sees 9M pre-orders for Galaxy S III; ZTE warns of Score security hole

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> ZTE confirmed a serious security hole in its Score Android phone. Article

> Worries are mounting about Nokia's cash position. Article

> Samsung said it has received 9 million pre-orders for the Galaxy S III. Article

> Research In Motion and Motorola Mobility are offering Apple a compromise on the nano-SIM standard. Article

> RadioShack recently hired a new advertising firm and plans a new ad campaign this year. Article

> Strategy Analytics predicts 90 million LTE connections worldwide this year. Article

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> Amazon plans to sell the Kindle Fire homescreen for $60,000. Article

> Facebook is set to begin trading on the Nasdaq after a blockbuster initial public offering that ranks as the second largest stock market debut in U.S. history. Article

And finally... Steve Jobs reportedly aided in the design of the next iPhone. Article

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