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Amid slowdown in China, Lenovo notches 18.7M global smartphone shipments in Q1

In reporting its most recent financial results, Lenovo said it will need to rework its smartphone strategy in its native China amid a slowing and saturating market there, but pointed to stronger sales through its Motorola Mobility brand.

Keeping track of the top 8 U.S. carriers' performance

How are the largest U.S. carriers faring on key metrics like subscribers, revenue and ARPU? The following charts the top U.S. wireless carriers in the first quarter of 2015 by subscriber base, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.  Special report

Grading the top 8 U.S. wireless carriers in the first quarter of 2015

The following charts the top U.S. wireless carriers in the first quarter of 2015 by subscriber base, according to research firm Strategy Analytics, and includes major metrics--such as churn, ARPU and revenue--of each carrier. The subscriber figures include both retail and wholesale customers.

SoftBank's Son names Arora as his successor, says company will continue looking overseas

SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son promoted former Google executive Nikesh Arora to the role of president of SoftBank--and essentially designated Arora as his successor, an indication that SoftBank will continue to look beyond its native Japan for growth. Son said SoftBank, which controls 80 percent of Sprint, will be a global company and will continue to invest in mergers and acquisitions following its $21.6 billion deal to take control of Sprint in 2013.

Alcatel-Lucent overcomes sluggish U.S. carrier spending in Q1, bumps up sales and margins

Alcatel-Lucent said it is still dealing with lower carrier spending in the U.S. but still managed to boost its overall revenue in the first quarter and improve its gross margins on higher sales of software products.

Sprint's Claure: We've got enough money to attract customers and improve our network

After Sprint revealed that it burned through $914 million in cash in the first quarter, some analysts and investors questioned the company's long-term liquidity and its ability to turnaround its business. However, Sprint executives maintain that the company will continue to invest to acquire customers and improve its network, and it has enough money to do both.

Sprint clings to No. 3 carrier spot in Q1, as tablet customer additions are offset by phone losses

Sprint edged out T-Mobile US and retained the title of the No. 3 U.S. wireless carrier in the first quarter, remaining ahead of its rival for at least another quarter. Sprint added 1.2 million total customers in the period and though it lost postpaid handset customers it pared back those losses compared to earlier quarters.  

Analysts: Sprint likely lost postpaid handset subs in Q1, but could see improving finances

Sprint likely lost postpaid handset customers in the first quarter but could report stronger financial results when it posts its quarterly earnings tomorrow, according to Wall Street analysts at Evercore ISI. In a research note, Evercore analysts Jonathan Schildkraut and Justin Ages also wrote that network quality continues to be a problem for Sprint that will need to be addressed.

U.S. Cellular trialing VoLTE in 3 markets, expects launch later this year

U.S. Cellular is trialing Voice over LTE technology in three markets right now and expects to turn the service on commercially sometime later this year, according to CEO Ken Meyers.

Nokia sees 47% jump in N. American networks sales in Q1, but profit jitters worry investors

Nokia reported stronger sales in North America in the first quarter, and in its networks business overall. However, the underlying profit of the company's networks business fell, and investors grew worried about drooping margins.