May 30, 2012

Daily News May 30, 2012

Samsung GALAXY S III brings a whole new experience to every corner of the world

Samsung Starts ITunes Rival To Draw Smartphone Shoppers

Galaxy S III Pebble Blue reportedly delayed

Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S III Selling on Amazon for $800

China's Huawei and ZTE deny getting illegal subsidy

“América Móvil launches partial offer for ordinary shares of KPN at EUR 8.00 per share”

America Movil Discusses Cooperation With KPN Before Offer Today

Gartner Says Worldwide Mobile Payment Transaction Value to Surpass $171.5

AT&T Tops Estimates for Largest M2M Subscriber Base

Telecom companies may get spectrum for 10 years in India

FCC approves use of LTE in 800 MHz band, opening door for Sprint

Irish Regulator Outlines Radio Spectrum Auction Plans

Bouygues: First-quarter 2012 results

Mobile TeleSystems Buys Tascom WiFi Network For $38.3 Million

Panasonic to halve headquarters workforce: Nikkei

Three million LTE LG smartphones sold worldwide

LG announces 5-inch 1080p HD display for smartphones

T-Mobile’s $20 Prism Sacrifices Speed, but Not Call Quality

LTE doesn't disrupt TV broadcasts, according to Swedish regulator

Bharti Airtel outlines US$100M Rwanda plan

ST-Ericsson seeking cooperation with China-based low-cost smartphone
vendors, says paper

Analyzing the world's 11 biggest handset makers in Q1 2012

Apple supply chain reportedly sees labor shortages because of new MacBook

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