Sony outs Xperia go, Xperia acro S; Moto phones reported bound for AT&T, Verizon

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> Sony Mobile Communications introduced the Xperia go and the Xperia acro S. Post

> Rick Kaplan, head of the wireless bureau at the FCC, will step down from the position and will be replaced by Ruth Milkman. Article

> LightSquared is continuing its lobbying effort. Article

> The FCC announced Comcast, AT&T, Netflix and others would be part of its "Open Internet Advisory Committee" on net neutrality. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks announced its new Verso Spin-off Fund for investments. Release

> More evidence of a Google Nexus tablet points to one powered by a Tegra 3 processor. Article

> The Motorola Asanti and the Vanquish could be headed to AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless. Article

> Google and Samsung announced new computers running Google's Chrome operating system. Article

> Esko Aho, who was formerly Finland's prime minister, has stepped down as the head of Nokia's government and public affairs. Article

> After Democrats killed AT&T Mobility's plan to acquire T-Mobile USA, AT&T's CEO made a huge donation to Republicans. Article

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> Groupon has acquired Breadcrumb, which develops iOS-based point-of-sale systems for the hospitality industry. Financial details were not disclosed. Article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted future versions of the iOS mobile operating system will integrate more closely with Facebook's social networking platform, urging consumers and media to "stay tuned." Article

And finally... Toys "R" Us is now selling the Kurio7, an Android tablet for families. Release

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