TracFone won a $7.8M trademark and copyright infringement case; Walmart acquires Inkiru for eCommerce

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> Comcast's connected home now has smart thermostats and efficient light bulbs. Article

> Nvidia's Tegra 4i chipset appears set to be released in a phone in the first quarter of next year. Article

> Telus in Canada dropped its plan to buy startup Mobilicity. Article

> A third of American adults own tablet computers. Post

> New legislation would allow New Jersey police to search cell phones at accidents. Article

> Nokia blasted Apple's new music service as ineffective. Article

> Walmart acquired Inkiru for its eCommerce efforts. Post

> TracFone Wireless reportedly won a $7.8 million trademark and copyright infringement case. Article

Mobile Content News

> Angry Birds creator Rovio Entertainment has named longtime Nokia executive Teemu Suila as its new chief operating officer. Article

> Yelp is revamping its local merchant search and discovery application for Apple's iOS, rolling out an overhauled Nearby tab presenting customized recommendations influenced by the user's profile as well as contextual factors. Article

> BlackBerry is rolling out the latest version of its Facebook social networking application, highlighted by a series of new photo uploading, viewing and organizing features. Article

Mobile Developer News

> The right way to think about in-app affiliate marketing. Editor's Corner

> According to Flurry,  iOS app activity continues to dominate, but Android is making headway in emerging markets. Article

And finally… The privacy dangers of a cashless society were clear over 40 years ago. Article