Verizon reportedly planning $60 prepaid service; Sprint to sell Kyocera Torque

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> For the first time, Apple listed the details of its final assembly facilities. Article (sub. req.)

> The HTC Mini appears to be a remote control for an HTC smartphone. Article

> Apple appears set to release an iPad with 128 GB of storage. Article

> Lenovo threw cold water on speculation it would acquire Research In Motion. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks said it broadcast TV via TD-LTE. Release

> Sprint Nextel announced it improved 3G service in Puerto Rico and also expanded LTE service to more customers. Release

> The ZTE Aspect is on T-Mobile USA's web site. Article

> xG Technology announced it received a $10 million purchase order from TelAtlantic Wireless Services. Release

> Research In Motion is planning a BlackBerry 10 ad for the Super Bowl. Article

> Verizon Wireless is reportedly planning a new prepaid plan starting at $60 per month. Article

> TracFone has reportedly removed AT&T SIM cards from its bring-your-own-device service. Article

>  Intel said it will not offer an integrated LTE modem and application processor until 2014. Article

> Sprint said it will sell the Kyocera Torque. Article

> International iPhone sales appear to be slowing. Article

Mobile Content News

> Less than a week after Twitter unveiled its new Vine video sharing application, users already are uploading sexually explicit clips, a trend that could incur the wrath of Twitter partner Apple. Article

> Samsung Electronics will extend its cloud-based Music Hub across its full range of connected devices, with plans afoot to bring the streaming service to products from rival manufacturers. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Kineto Wireless took the wraps off its Smart Comms client application, which it contends will enable operators to better leverage standard Rich Communications Suite (RCS) technology to enhance their current offerings and deliver new chat, VoIP and video services. Article

> T-Mobile USA's network modernization effort has enabled it to offer improved in-call voice quality and the operator is promoting the new capability via a 30-second YouTube clip. Article

European Wireless News

> The outcome of the UK LTE spectrum auction will dictate the mobile broadband landscape for decades to come, according to new research from IHS Screen Digest. Article

> Machine-to-machine products are the most exciting area and will be the leading growth sector for Telefónica Digital, according to CEO Matthew Key. Article

And finally… Clearwire announced a new marketing deal with World Wrestling Entertainment. Article

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