Sprint discontinues Nexus S 4G; Apple's Cook gives up $75M

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> Sprint Nextel stopped selling the Nexus S 4G. Article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook gave up $75 million in dividend income. Article

> Nokia said it added live traffic advice and geocoding to Microsoft's Bing. Post

> Nvidia said 30 phones are in development with its Tegra 3 processor. Article

> Lenders are pessimistic over LightSquared's chances for the future. Article

> According to new research, Samsung's Galaxy S III performs more quickly than HTC's new One X phone. Article

> U.S. regulators plan to fine Ericsson $1.75 million for violating U.S. export restrictions to Cuba. Article

> Research In Motion's former sales chief was reportedly hired by Sonos. Article

> SimpleAir said Apple licensed the company's technology. Article

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> Google is adding in-app subscription support to its Google Play multimedia storefront, giving Android developers a new channel to monetize their applications, games and multimedia content. Article

> Facebook unveiled Camera, a new photo-sharing and effects app for Apple's iOS. Article

And finally... According to a new poll, cell phone users prefer President Obama while wireline phone users like Mitt Romney. Article

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