T-Mobile offers ZTE Concord below $100; 47% say they don't need LTE

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> Apple's share of the Chinese smartphone market was cut in half in the second quarter, according to IDC. Article

> LG Electronics teased its latest quad-core phone in a new video. Article

> Around 47 percent of consumers said they don't need 4G LTE. Article

> HTC's planned "Pronto" phone reportedly leaked on the Internet. Article

> T-Mobile USA will sell the ZTE Concord smartphone for less than $100 in a prepaid offering. Article

> Consumer Watchdog wants the FCC to police wireless carriers' 4G marketing. Article

> The Galaxy Note is gone from T-Mobile's website. Article

> A South Korean court ruled that both Apple and Samsung violated each other's patents. Article

> LightSquared has spent $134 million since filing for bankruptcy. Article

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> WhatsApp recorded 10 billion messages on its system in one day. Article

> Developers are petitioning the Federal Trade Commission to investigate new Twitter guidelines limiting how third-party clients leverage the microblogging platform. Article

> Facebook will use native code instead of HTML5 in its new Facebook app. Article

> A security flaw that renders iPhone SMS services vulnerable to attack is not present across rival Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and Symbian devices, according to new data from mobile security firm AdaptiveMobile. Article

And finally… An estimated one out of every three people in Japan has signed up to play a game on their phone. Article

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