Verizon outlines iPhone sales plans; Virgin to sell Kyocera S2100

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> Compal announced a deal with Smartphone for the Smartphone OS. Release

> Virgin Mobile USA will sell the Kyocera S2100 for $39.99. Release

> LG promises "something bigger" for this month's Mobile World Congress trade show. Article

> Verizon Wireless detailed its iPhone sales plans. Article

> Alvarion will undergo a restructuring after posting a fourth-quarter loss. Article

> An analyst at Wedge Partners offered a dismal outlook for the Research In Motion BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple's iOS platform reportedly accounts for around 2 percent of global Web traffic. Article

> Google expanded its Latitude mobile friend-finder service with the addition of new check-in features. Article

> Open-source software development initiative Mozilla unveiled the latest iteration of its Firefox 4 Beta browser for Android and Maemo smartphones. Article

> Mobile publishing and advertising solutions provider Verve Wireless acquired mobile ad technology startup Deconstruct Media. Article

> Apple said its decision to reject Sony Corporation's proposed iPhone digital reader application does not signal a change in its App Store approval policies. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone's new chairman will focus on emerging markets. Article

And finally... AT&T posted a video showing off its forthcoming HTC Inspire smartphone. Video

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