Quick news from around the Web.
> HTC is reportedly working with Qualcomm on altering a component in its HTC One and other phones to avoid a possible U.S. ban on imports of the devices. Article. (sub. req.)
> Verizon Wireless accidentally allowed some customers with unlimited data plans to upgrade to new phones without requiring them to switch to a shared data plan. The company said it will honor those upgrades even though the glitch has been fixed. Article
> An FAA advisory committee has officially concluded passengers can safely use handheld electronic devices, including those connected to onboard Wi-Fi systems. Article (sub. req.)
> IBM acquired Now Factory, a Dublin-based company that makes software used to analyze wireless network usage. Article
> Allot Communications said it received a multi-million dollar order from an unnamed U.S.-based cloud provider for its deep packet inspection-enabled Service Gateway solution. Release
> LG Electronics' next major smartphone, the LG Z, is reportedly currently in production and it will have a curved display. Article
> Apple's rumored iWatch may incorporate a plastic OLED screen that can bend. Article
Mobile Content News
> Apple said that it is aware of a glitch affecting iMessage users who've upgraded their device to its revamped iOS 7 operating system. Article.
> Yahoo is acquiring Hitpost, the developer behind sports-themed mobile social applications including Sports Bet and Fantasy Football Polls. Article
> Nokia is revamping offline mapping across its HERE real-time location services platform, introducing incremental updates designed to reduce data consumption. Article
And finally… Scientists use lightning bolt to charge mobile phone. Article