T-Mobile reportedly eyes MiFi-type gadget; Nexus One headed toward Gingerbread

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> T-Mobile USA is rumored to be preparing a MiFi-style device for release next year. Article

> The Nexus One is scheduled to get the Android 2.3 upgrade in a few weeks. Article

> LG is poised to invest heavily in mobile. Article (sub. req.)

> Research firm iSuppli predicts 220 million NFC-capable phones in 2014. Article

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> Eighty million users worldwide accessed the Opera Mini mobile browser in Nov. 2010. Article

> Text input solutions developer Swype opened public access to its updated beta application for Android smartphones. Article

> Apple dropped a Wikileaks application from its App Store. Article

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> Samsung outlined the details of its bada 2.0 upgrade. Article

> Apple introduced iAd Producer, a tool for developers to design HTML5 content. Article

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