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The Verge Mobile Show 034 - January 29th, 2013

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It's Tuesday, January 29th, and it's time for your weekly installment of The Verge Mobile Show. This week our fearless mobile crusaders will be talking about phones, phones, more phones, and maybe some app and network news, but that shouldn't come as any surprise.

  • HTC schedules press event for February 19th
  • HTC M7 parts reveal shared DNA with a Droid
  • HTC thinks a second tiny phone is the answer to your oversized smartphone complaints
  • RIM pulls out stops for BlackBerry 10 with Super Bowl ad, suggests new tablet is on the way
  • BlackBerry Z10 available on January 30th in the UK?
  • Google once again selling the Nexus 4 in the US, Canada, Germany, more locations to come soon (update)
  • White LG Nexus 4 revealed in leaked photo?
  • Nokia Laser: a flagship Lumia Windows Phone for Verizon
  • Nokia EOS: the first real PureView Windows Phone is coming this year
  • Pebble smartwatch review
  • PSA: unlocking your phone without carrier authorization is illegal starting tomorrow
  • iOS 6.1 released to all with Siri movie ticket support and iTunes Match improvements
  • Verizon sells 39 spectrum licenses to AT&T for $1.9b, but what does it mean?

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