Verizon takes HomeFusion nationwide; Sprint updates Galaxy Nexus

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> Verizon Wireless is now selling its HomeFusion LTE broadband service across the United States. Article

> Sprint Nextel executives were sued over tax claims. Article

> Nokia and Carl Zeiss extended their partnership. Release

> Ceragon Networks scored orders for high-capacity wireless equipment. Article

> Sprint Nextel updated its Samsung Galaxy Nexus to fix a connectivity issue. Article

> Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile will offer an open enrollment period for handset insurance. Article

>  Lemko said it will demonstrate its 4G LTE Distributed Mobile Wireless Network Solution. Release

> Tizen, backed by Samsung and Intel, has reached 1.0 status. Article

> Nokia will begin selling the 808 PureView this month. Release

> Barnes & Noble's CEO said NFC technology is headed to its Nook ereader. Article

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> Cox Media Group is rolling out CDS Mobile, a mobile advertising division that will let brands and agencies launch nationwide campaigns across the company's various media properties and use criteria like device model, carrier and time of day. Article

> More than half of all U.S. smartphone owners carry devices powered by Google's Android operating system, according to new data published by research firm comScore. Article

And finally... More patent lawsuits. Nokia filed lawsuits against HTC, Research In Motion and Viewsonic. Article

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