March 1, 2012

Daily News March 1, 2012

HP to Cut 275 in webOS Division as Part of Refocus on Software

PayPal’s In-Store Payments System Hits Home Depot Stores Across U.S.

The Home Depot Brings PayPal into its Nearly 2,000 stores in the U.S.

Sistema Files Formal Complaint Over Cancellation of Indian GSM Licenses

Microsoft Announces Availability of Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Gemalto to Include Sony's FeliCa in NFC Enabled SIM Cards

Kindle Owners’ Lending Library Now Offers Readers Over 100,000 Books to Borrow For Free – As Frequently As Once a Month, With No Due Dates

Ericsson and Western Union join forces

Twitter expands mobile advertising

iOS Flaw Allows Developers Access to User Photos

Verizon to launch family data plan by mid-year

First Look: Isis Mobile Wallet Screenshot

India's Idea extends and expands managed services agreement with Ericsson

Ericsson consolidates MobiFone's Network Operations Centers

LightSquared CEO resigns, casting shadow on 4G plans

Tesco Mobile sets 1 March date for Hungarian MVNO launch

Sony: 1.2 million PlayStation Vita units sold worldwide

Microsoft joins Google+ dispute in EU: sources

DOCOMO, Eye-Fi to Partner in Cloud-based Photo-sharing Service

Light Up Your Scene With The SAMSUNG Brightside From Verizon Wireless
Offers One-Touch Access to Contacts, Messaging and Social Networking Applications

Airtel CEO: It's time for super-cheap smartphones

Huawei taps Linux-based Tizen OS for phones

Samsung S Pen SDK 2.0 now available

Samsung awarded “Device Manufacturer of the Year” and GALAXY S II “Best Smartphone” at MWC 2012

Samsung to Create Smartphone Connected Car Solution with Toyota

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