Earlier this week, WSJ reported that Sprint is going to offer the iPhone 5 alongside AT&T and Verizon in mid-October.

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Apple has won a big injunction in its patent fight with Samsung. A Dutch court has ordered that Samsung’s widely successful Galaxy line of smart phones cannot be sold in the Netherlands. This would cripple Samsung’s ability to sell the phones in European Union.

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Apple is apparently working on a cheaper version of the iPhone 4 which will be launched with the upcoming iPhone 5. It will sport 8 GB internal storage.

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Today, Research firm NPD released its new mobile phone track report for the second quarter of 2011.

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Last week, Boy Genius Report reported that Apple has been testing a 4G LTE-enabled iPhone with carries, and suggested that an “internal iOS test build” was being used for testing.

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At the end of March, Chitika Insights reported that Verizon was the largest Android carrier, due to the carrier’s migration from RIM’s BlackBerry to Android throughout 2010.

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Since April 2008, Starbucks has partnered with Apple for the “Pick of the Week” program.

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Rumors are saying that Apple is planning to launch the iPhone 5 on October 7, with preorders starting on September 30. This leaves some room for speculation regarding the media event that is bound to come with this product.

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Apparently, Google plans to launch Android Ice Cream Sandwich in October, around the time of the Apple iPhone 5 launch.

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Here’s my take on how Nokia could save itself from a painful death, and dominate the smartphone market yet again.

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In the past, rumors have suggested that Apple was working on making the iPhone available to China Mobile customers.

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US Dept. of Commerce drops $44,000 on iPhones and iPads. Saying goodbye to RIM?

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The prices of the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 3GS have been slashed by both Radio Shack and Target, signaling that an iPhone 5 launch is imminent, consistent with the September launch rumors.

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HTC, Samsung and LG plan to launch new WP7 Mango smartphones in September. Even Nokia plans to launch its first WP7 device around that time frame. Most importantly, the iPhone 5 is also expected to launch in September.

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No, there is no way that Android’s return rate could be as high as 30% to 40%. If that were the case, device manufacturers would have abandoned Android completely.

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