Late News: LG Prada Smartphone, Samsung-Apple US Lawsuit Results, Intel Ultrabooks, Verizon Blocks Google Wallet

South Korea's second largest consumer electronics company Lucky Goldstar will be unveiling their latest designer Prada Android mobile phone mid-next week, according to the mobile phone website gsmarena.com. The site has noted it has received an invitation to a joint Prada and LG event, which is being held on Wednesday December 14th in London.

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) is expected to announce its decision on the Apple-HTC patent infringement lawsuit next week, with many preparing themselves for the possibility that HTC devices might be banned in the United States.

Intel is planning to help small companies develop and launch Ultrabook laptop devices. The company is planning on holding a meeting with small PC and gadget makers and assist them in coming up with Ultrabook devices.

Verizon has blocked its customers from using the Google Wallet service on the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus. A Google spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal that Verizon has asked it not to include the Google Wallet app in the smartphone and has even blocked users from downloading the app.

Nokia is now adding a new check-in service, public transportation information, additional traffic and a route-recording facility for its location services. Besides this the company is also integrating a latest "augmented reality app" in its new range of smartphones.