ZTE Fury headed to Sprint; Verizon expected to benefit the most from new iPad

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> Samsung said it won't supply an Ice Cream Sandwich Android update to its Galaxy S II smartphones as previously expected. Article

> A Wells Fargo analyst expects subscribers to increase at Sprint Nextel. Article

> Some analysts expect Verizon Wireless to benefit more from the LTE iPad than AT&T Mobility. Article

> Apple has been barred from pursuing patent-infringement claims against a bankrupt Kodak. Article

> Google's Google Play update to Android Market has broken some links on Motorola Mobility phones. Article

> ST-Ericsson announced some front office changes. Release

> Research In Motion acquired Paratek. Article

> The ZTE Fury is headed to Sprint Nextel. Article

Mobile Content News

> Photo-sharing solutions startup Instagram is poised to raise about $40 million in financing, according to reports. Article

> Zaarly reconfigured the way it handles users' identities. Article

> Mobile social network Path released version 2.1 of its Apple iOS application. Article

> Google is reportedly pressuring Android app developers to use its own Google Wallet service for payments. Article

> Microsoft said it will close its Windows Mobile app store. Article

And finally... Research In Motion hired a pair of comedians to head up its new marketing campaign. Article

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