Aio Wireless starts selling iPhone 5s, 5c; Microsoft's Ballmer misses out on bonus because of mobile struggles

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> C Spire Wireless will build a data center in Mississippi. Article

> Apple reportedly pulled an app called OpenDoor that helped Chinese Internet users bypass the country's so-called "Great Firewall" of Internet restrictions. Article

> AT&T Mobility's Aio Wireless will start selling the iPhone 5s and 5c. Page

> Leaking iPhone research to big clients costs Citigroup $30 million in fines. Article

> Adobe revealed its network was compromised and said information that was leaked included 2.9 million customer names, encrypted credit or debit card numbers, expiration dates, and "other information relating to customer orders." Article

> Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer missed half his potential bonus because of the company's mobile struggles. Article

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> FierceMobileContent will live on as FierceMobileIT, Jason Ankeny writes in his farewell. Editor's Corner

> Apple has acquired personal assistant application Cue. Financial terms were not disclosed, although insiders told TechCrunch that Apple paid between $40 million and $60 million. Article

> Facebook-owned photo sharing application Instagram said it will roll out paid advertisements within the next few months as it accelerates its effort to build a sustainable business. Article

> Google is poised to roll out a version of its Google Play Music All Access streaming service optimized for archrival Apple's iOS, Engadget reports. Article

And finally... Who was the original voice of Apple's Siri? Article


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