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Microsoft 'Refreshes' Dev Tools for Windows Phone 'Mango'

Microsoft ships refreshed developer tools for writing Windows Phone ‘Mango’ apps.

White iPhone 4 Finally on Sale

PC Magazine: In addition, the iPad 2 is now available in Japan.

Google Docs for Android Turns Pics into Editable Docs

eWeek: Google Docs application for Android lets users turn photos with text into documents that may be edited.

Verizon's LTE Network Running Again After Outage

Brighthand: Folks across America report that Verizon's 4G service is running again after an outage yesterday.

Motorola XOOM Software Update Coming Soon

Mobile Burn: Software upgrade for Motorola XOOM Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet on Verizon will address bugs and add features.

Apple Cutting CDMA iPhone 4 Production by Half?

BGR: DigiTimes reports that orders for CDMA iPhone 4 units have been cut by 50 percent.

Nokia Outsourcing Symbian OS to Accenture

eWeek: Mobile phone giant to lay off 4,000 works as well in bid to save $1.4 billion.

Windows Phones Join Location Scandal

The Register: Add Microsoft Windows Phone 7 to the list of mobile operating systems that silently transmit the precise physical location data.

Google's Smartphone Goldmine

InformationWeek: Survey says mobile devices like Smartphones are used to help make shopping decisions.

Fring Brings Group Video Calls to Mobile Devices

Mobile Burn: The app update supports Android and iOS devices.

4G BlackBerry PlayBook Coming in June?

BGR: RBC Capital Markets says PlayBook sales may have exceeded RIM's expectations.

Images Show BlackBerry PlayBook Running Android Honeycomb

TFTS: RIM's tablet PC will already be capable of running Android applications in an emulator.

You Can't Hid from Mobile Geo-Tracking

eWeek: Apple and Google tracking your every move has got some folks very disturbed.

Leaked Pics May Reveal Apple iPhone 5

Brighthand: A couple of images of what is supposed to be Apple's next-generation iPhone appear.

iPhone Location-Gate Triggers Lawsuit

Mobile Burn: Apple's current privacy-centric public relations debacle isn't about to end anytime soon, apparently.