Sprint planning to sell ZTE Flash, LG Mach; FTC could sue Google over smartphone patents

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@FierceWireless: RT@CNETNews: "I'm at a loss" at Apple's anti-Samsung twist on court order, UK judge says, calling it a "plain breach of that order." Article | [email protected]

> Sprint Nextel may be preparing to sell the ZTE Flash with a 12-megapixel camera. Article

> Samsung Electronics will get another chance to question Apple's Phil Schiller. Article

> Sprint will soon sell the LG Optimus G and LG Mach. Article

>  Sprint will sell the LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 for $549.99 on Nov. 11. Release

> TruConnect Mobile said it will sell its Go "Go Big" and "Go Bigger" plans exclusively at Walmart. Release

> Newspapers in the United Kingdom printed a revised statement from Apple regarding patent infringement with Samsung. Article

> ABI Research rates Ericsson as the overall leader with respect to innovation and implementation in Voice over LTE and IMS. Release

> The Federal Trade Commission will reportedly sue Google over claims Google is blocking access to smartphone patents. Article

> Verizon Wireless and MetroPCS continued their legal battle against the FCC's net neutrality rules. Article

> T-Mobile said the Nexus 4 won't support Wi-Fi calling. Article

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> Flurry raised another $25 million. Article

> Apple released its iOS 6.0.1 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, addressing a series of bugs that have vexed consumers since the September launch of iOS 6. Article

> Google is poised to add a physical credit card connected to its Near Field Communications-enabled Wallet platform, enabling consumers to make in-store purchases at retailers that do not support contactless payment options. Article

And finally… Apple's latest iPad mini commercial, according to Jimmy Kimmel. Video

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