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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