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Sprint and HTC are rolling out a small update for the carrier-specific version of the HTC One. After the update, the One will run firmware version 1. Panasonic launched a new Android smartphone in India. The new Panasonic P51 seems designed for the emerging markets, packing MediaTek’s 1. Vodafone launched its third own-brand Smart devices in the UK (and perhaps in some other markets, we’re not sure). The “Mobilicity saga” is coming to an end with TELUS entering into an agreement with Mobilicity to acquire the company and its 250,000 customers for $380 million. Lenovo unveiled its new Intel powered smartphone at CES earlier this year and it’s now officially available in China. Looking for a new tech toy for a great price? You’ve come to the right place! Our Top Deal today is the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III for only $0. Pity the poor Wii U. Such a nice, innovative machine with such little software support. Its doom is being spelled out across the dank corridors of the interwebs. Analytics site App Annie released a report today that confirmed Nintendo and Sony’s greatest fears, mobile gaming app revenue had lapped their sales twice. Tech site, The Verge reported today that an updated Xbox 360 dashboard UI is in the works. While a Microsoft spokesperson declined to comment, the Verge story reports changes to the Dashboard UI and Live Tiles to coincide with the new Xbox being unveiled on the 21st, and changes in Windows 8. Samsung announced today that it is updating TecTiles, its programmable NFC tags, to version 2. The latest version of the TecTiles will work with the Galaxy S 4, as well as older NFC-equipped Samsung phones.