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It's starting to look like AT&T is right in the thick of things with its 4G LTE rollout. The company has been on a rollout pace we've never even seen Verizon reach, with sizable lists of new cities being added nearly every week. One of the original third-party Android browsers, Dolphin Browser, has hit version 10. You're probably expecting huge changes to go along with such a major milestone, and you'd be expecting right -- this update is rather huge. Something unfortunate happened to the Falcon Pro Twitter account overnight. It seems users were being blocked from signing in on version 2. The Moto X we've been hearing so much about lately seems to be coming to nearly every major carrier in the United States, just like original rumors promised. HTC has just revealed the HTC Butterfly S, a very nice-looking follow-up to the original HTC Butterfly. Cruising around Reddit, I came across this Last of Us/Scott Pilgrim mashup that just so happens to make the perfect wallpaper for your Android device. NVIDIA announced via their blog today that they will now license out their GPU tech -- starting with the Kepler -- to chipset makers for use in their mobile processors. LG could be working on an always-on voice controlled Android device for a 2014 debut. Like the Xbox One, the device would be listening -- even when sleeping -- ready to execute a user's commands. Verizon Wireless' "DroidLanding" Twitter account has just gone live. Other than initiating, little else is known although we can expect new contests and maybe even the launch of a new device. Ready for another sweet Humble Bundle? We're now at the sixth of these things, with folks being able to donate however much they want in order to get the games (and accompanying soundtracks) listed inside.