T-Mobile appears to be testing LTE in Seattle, Las Vegas; Alvarion reportedly circled by DVTel

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> It appears that Samsung will not announce the Galaxy S IV at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show. Article

> ZTE plans to  increase its 2013 smartphone shipments by 50 percent. Article

> T-Mobile USA appears to be allowing residents of Seattle and Las Vegas test its new LTE network. Article

> iPhone users reportedly rack up the most expensive wireless service bills. Article

> Alvarion reportedly could be acquired by DVTel. Article

> Broadcom warned of lower first-quarter revenues. Article

> A judge denied Samsung's request for a new trial against Apple. Article

> Apple appears to be preparing a slightly smaller Apple TV. Article

> Investors cheered an improving outlook for Amazon. Article

Mobile Content News

> Zynga's chief game designer quit the company. Article

> Banking is now branchless and mobile. Industry Voices

> A week after Apple ousted photo-sharing application 500px from its App Store, citing issues with objectionable content, the app is once again available for download. Article

> Facebook is reportedly seeing increasing mobile ad demand. Article

> A new app is geared toward allowing users to share their excess data. Article

And finally… Aston Kutcher is the spitting image of Steve Jobs. Article


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