Virgin Mobile could offer HTC Evo 3D; AT&T to expand LTE network

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> AT&T workers may strike. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will expand its LTE network into a few additional locations April 8. Article

> Apple scored a handful of new patents, including one for wireless synching. Article

> Intel and Qualcomm are providing source code in a legal battle between Apple and Samsung. Article

> NXP sued Research In Motion over patents. Article

> Qualcomm said it will pay shareholders an increased dividend in June. Article

> Virgin Mobile USA reportedly is in line to offer the HTC Evo 3D. Article

> According to a new survey, 40 percent of teens who don't own an iPhone plan to buy one in six months. Article

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> Sprint Mobile Controls for Android gives Sprint users the ability to control their children's' phone usage. Article

> Samsung Electronics is teaming with digital advertising firm OpenX to roll out a private ad exchange optimized for marketers targeting mobile consumers. Article

> TRUSTe debuted a new mobile ad system, called TRUSTed Mobile Ads. Article

> Instagram introduced its long-awaited photo sharing application for devices running Google's Android operating system, generating more than a million downloads in less than 24 hours according to statistics published on the Google Play storefront. Article

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