Sonim inks NeoNode deal for touchscreen phones; AT&T boasts of strong holiday sales

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> Clearwire likely will make its interest payment tomorrow. Article

> Hewlett-Packard will probably make a decision about webOS in the next two weeks. Article

> AT&T said it enjoyed solid holiday sales. Article

> Ericsson is urging operators to clean up their macro networks. Article

> Samsung scored a legal win against Apple in Australia. Article

> AT&T and China Telecom agreed to expand their partnership. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that HTC doesn't violate a FlashPoint patent. Article

> Sonim will license NeoNode's touch technologies for phones. Article

> ARM  Holdings announced an Android toolkit, possibly as a way to stem Intel's advances in the market. Release

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> Spotify plans to open its services to developers and other applications. Article (sub. req.)

> Clear Channel said its Pandora-style music programming service will remain ad-free through April 1. Article

> Google's Maps for Android goes indoors in version 6.0. Article

> Microsoft is showing off its Windows Phone offering via a website viewable on iOS and Android phones. Article

> Cloud content services provider Brightcove announced the general availability of its App Cloud content platform. Article

> iPhone and Android owners drive 83 percent of app downloads. Article

> Not surprisingly, iTether has been removed from the Apple App Store. Article

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