T-Mobile could net $3B from tower sale; Nokia added to Microsoft's Bing maps

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> T-Mobile USA could make $3 billion from the sale of its towers. Article

> The patent battle between Apple and Motorola has been narrowed to five patents. Article

> Microsoft is adding Nokia branding to its Bing maps for Windows Phone gadgets. Article

> Nokia plans to bring its Windows Phones to China in the first half of this year. Article

> A German court ruled against Samsung in its patent battle with Apple. Article

Mobile Content News

> Time Warner Cable is now streaming live TV to iPhones. Article

> Sports media site Bleacher Report is entering the tablet segment, rolling out a new high-definition version of its free Team Stream application optimized for Apple's iPad. Article

> Apple introduced the free iBooks 2 application, highlighted by the inclusion of new interactive textbooks designed to revolutionize the educational publishing business. Article

And finally... A carrier in Singapore is now selling camera-less versions of Apple's iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Article

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