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According to Droid-Life, Verizon Wireless is kicking off a fire sale to move its existing inventory of the Droid DNA and the Incredible 4G LTE. Driving while using your phone is quickly becoming one of the most dangerous ways to cause an accident. Apple TV users will soon be able to watch their favorite HBO shows on the device, as Apple has announced the availability of HBO Go and WatchESPN. AT&T is continuing its country-wide LTE roll outs at a pretty rapid pace, with five new markets launching today. Ubuntu could easily emerge as a force to reckon with in the mobile industry. Perhaps a stand-alone Ubuntu platform won’t succeed (cause it lacks major backers), but Ubuntu for Android definitely has a chance. Huawei is bullish on the prospects of its newly announced Ascend P6 smartphone, with plans to ship some 10 million units across Europe, Asia and perhaps Latin America. Motorola did say it plans to make its upcoming XFON available on a number of carriers and in that sense we’ve already heard about few different variants of the device: Verizon will get the XT1060, XT1056 is coming to Sprint, and the XT1058 is heading to AT&T. Verizon will soon start pushing out a small update for the Samsung Galaxy Stellar. As you may know, this phone already got its serving of Jelly Beans so the software version JZO54K. Looks like Microsoft is gearing towards launching a major update for its mobile platform. Unlike the previous GDR1, the forthcoming GDR2 update will apparently include a ton of changes, including widespread support for the DataSense application which was previously exclusive to Verizon Wireless users as well as support for FM Radio. As expect, HTC has officially announced the Butterfly S at its event in Taiwan. The new device is a successor to the original Butterfly, sporting the same-sized 5-inch full HD screen along with other high-end hardware like UltraPixel camera on the back, 2.