Verizon pre-ordering HP Pre 2; Google launches heat-tracking app for MWC

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> HTC is reportedly preparing a Voice over LTE phone for MetroPCS. Article

> AT&T is rumored to be eyeing Dish as an acquisition. Article

> Samsung's mobile processors are to be called Exynos. Article

> Motorola released a new Razr-style phone, the Gleam. Article

> Google announced a new heat app for Mobile World Congress attendees that will provide a map of popular venues. Post

> Verizon is now taking orders for Hewlett-Packard's Pre 2. Article

> Motorola Solutions cut 175 people from its WiMAX business. Article

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> Time Inc.-owned Sports Illustrated will launch a digital edition optimized for smartphones and tablets running Google's Android operating system. Article

> Twitter introduced a new version of its Android smartphone client. Article

> Twitter is preparing to increase advertiser rates for its Promoted Trends effort. Article

> Yahoo is introducing Livestand, a digital newsstand service launching first on tablets. Article

And finally... Thousands of angry Nokia workers walk out in protest of Nokia's deal with Microsoft.  Article

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