This Week in Mobile November 19th – November 26th – Our weekly post on mobile news. You can expect a new post every Monday morning giving a brief summary of what happened the previous week in the mobile space along with links for more information. If you think we missed anything important, leave a comment or send us a tweet @willowtreeapps. Besides Thanksgiving it was a quiet week, but here’s what happened…


BlackBerry CEO admits in an interview that BB 10 is its last shot at recovering in the smartphone market.


While Samsung adds the iPad Mini to its lawsuit against Apple, Apple and HTC will have to give Samsung the terms of their licensing agreement.

– Samsung’s Galaxy Note II has officially sold more than 5 million units.

Windows Phone:

Windows Phone 7.8 could release in the coming weeks according to Microsoft China.

– Windows Phone 8 officially launched this week, but some users are already reporting problems.

New and Notable Apps:

Verizon fiOS released a iOS tablet app this week enabling users to watch select content on their devices.

Nokia Here, a map and navigation app for iOS, was released this week. The Verge has a hands on with the new app.

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