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Researchers demonstrate that the list passwords for protecting the iPhone's mobile hotspot are drawn from is just too small. Small app studio Impending is struggling with one of the most essential questions about today's App Store: what to charge for a new app in the age of free-to-play apps. Dish maintains that it's offer for Clearwire is fair and legal, and Sprint's attempt to block it in the courts is just an attempt to divert attention away from its own failed bid. New Yorkers soon will start seeing strange kiosks popping up in parks and other public places. They should be welcome sights, though, since anyone can plug their phones into them for a quick battery refresh. Sweden's iZettle is now at Square's doorstep thanks to help from Banco Santander. The company has updated its credit card reader for the North American market. Punchey hopes to carve off a piece of mobile credit card payments market by charging lower fees for high-dollar transactions. The company behind one of the best and highest-grossing apps on the App Store landed its first round of funding from Andreessen Horowitz and others to grow its team and expand into new and somewhat unexpected realms. Sprint has filed a lawsuit in Delaware against Clearwire and Dish, claiming their pending nuptials violate state laws and the company's shareholder agreements. A French startup plans to debut the thin, transparent screens in consumer phones next year. Cars, buildings and billboards could be next. Once more Samsung seems to be engaging in technical hyperbole. It told Reuters an LTE-Advanced Galaxy S 4 will soon go on sale in Korea.