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> Some are predicting that Nokia will report a second consecutive quarterly loss tomorrow, with smartphone shipments falling to the lowest since 2009. Article

> The U.S. Justice Department is hiring an outside trial lawyer for its lawsuit against AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Article

> Sprint Nextel says the iPhone 4S isn't crushing its network but some users are complaining about slow data speeds. Article

> Broadcom released the BCM85620 system-on-a-chip for LTE backhaul. Release

> Vringo was issued a new patent for mobile video and mobile personalization services. Release

> Verizon Wireless partnered with VMware for an Android enterprise solution. Release

> Transportation logistics provider Cheetah Software offers its Cheetah Mobile app for the Android platform. Release

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> LG will offer a premium paid app service for U.S. customers beginning this month. Article

> Research In Motion said its BlackBerry App World users now download 140 million applications per month and that App World is more profitable than Android Market. Article

> Samsung's new ChatON service is available for download from its Samsung Apps storefront as well as Google's Android Market. Article

> Google's Andy Rubin confirmed the company is poised to open its own music retail to platform to rival established efforts from Apple and Amazon.com. Article

And finally... The Nokia X7 reviews are in and apparently X7 rhymes with ... ah yes, heaven. Article