Verizon dismisses Sprint's Wi-Fi concerns; Google to restart sales of Galaxy Nexus after Jelly Bean update

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> Verizon Wireless and its cable company partners argued Sprint Nextel's worries about backhaul and Wi-Fi access are much ado about nothing. Filing

> Wall Street appears worried about U.S. Cellular's subsidy expenses. Article

> The ITU said it will attempt to address overzealous patent litigation. Article

> Google said it plans to resume sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus as soon as it updates the device with Android version Jelly Bean. Article

> Broadcom and Emulex announced a patent settlement. Release

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> Apple said it fixed a glitch that was causing apps to crash. Article

> Google is denying claims that a botnet has infected smartphones running its Android mobile operating system, prompting the security researchers who first reported the problem to admit they may have erred. Article

> Nokia is partnering with Namco Bandai Games to port close to two dozen titles to the manufacturer's Asha touchscreen phone range. Article

And finally…The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will reportedly feature…an even bigger screen? Article

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