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This week at CTIA 2013, Verizon announced a partnership with Latino-centric mobile carrier brand Viva Movil – and they did it with the company’s top shareholder Jennifer Lopez. Electronic Arts says that they will be revealing their plans for the future of Star Wars games during E3 2013 next month. A series of patent infringement claims have been filed by Apple this month surrounding both the Samsung GALAXY S 4 and the Android-centric Google Now system. As a sort of a “Part 2″ or even “Part 3″ of the Glass chat series SlashGear has appearing this week and last, today’s words with Google Glass’ lead industrial designer Isabelle Olsson lend some insight on the device’s road to final hardware. This morning it’s been suggested to SlashGear by a trusted source (the anonymous kind) that the HTC One will be appearing at the Verizon press event taking place at 11AM PST in Las Vegas today during CTIA. Now that the Xbox One has been revealed, it’s time to begin speaking about when the device will actually be released to the market. While there’s been a lot of controversy over various Xbox One features, the good news is that gamers will be able to use a single Xbox Live Gold membership across multiple accounts in a household. Justin Bieber, the Corvette C7, and dogs: Google is distilling its trend results into top ten charts, with a colorful new real-time display of what people are searching for most. Mark one in the column under Xbox One and a zero under indie game developers. Microsoft won’t allow indie devs to self-publish their games to the Xbox One, a business strategy that is pretty much the exact opposite of Sony’s vow to embrace indie games on the PlayStation 4. Apple announced back in December that they would be making some of their Mac computers in the US, but they didn’t specify where exactly the machines would be made.