TI's results beat estimates; MetroPCS expands LTE rollout

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@FierceWireless: RT @BGR: BlackBerry PlayBook sales could hit 6 million units in first year. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> The white iPhone has reportedly popped up in AT&T Mobility's systems. Article Meanwhile, The Google Nexus S also appeared in white. Article

> The HTC Merge appears bound for Alltel. Article

> Motorola released a new version of its MotoBLUR music player. Article

> Verizon Wireless confirmed a service outage in Virginia. Article

> Texas Instruments beat Wall Street estimates with its fourth-quarter results. Article

> MetroPCS launched its LTE service in an additional four markets. Article

> Apple and Research In Motion scored a victory in a patent battle against Kodak. Article

> AT&T Mobility will reportedly sell the Research In Motion PlayBook tablet this spring. Article

> Tellabs said first-quarter sales would fall below expectations. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google introduced cloud printing for some smartphones. Article

> Social media applications provider UberMedia acquired Mixx.com. Article

> Apple introduced a new Twitter account dedicated to its App Store digital storefront. Article

> Location-based mobile social network foursquare grew 3400 percent in 2010. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Research In Motion introduced its BlackBerry Payment Service and accompanying SDK. Article

> GameHouse is eying licensed properties. Developer Workshop

> Mobile developers cite AT&T as the U.S. carrier best equipped to help them create and sell their applications. Article

> Social gaming platform provider PapayaMobile has signed an application pre-installation agreement with handset maker LG Electronics. Article

And finally... Crocodile swallows cell phone. Article

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