Asus releases FonePad Note; Microsoft reportedly considers restructuring

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> A white Nexus 4 is now available from T-Mobile US. Article

> AMOLED phone panel shipments are projected to reach more than 217 million units this year, up from 134 million units in 2012, according to NPD DisplaySearch. Release

> Acer's new 8-inch Iconia W3 Windows 8 tablet can be used one handed. Article

> Asus launched its new FonePad Note, which features a 6-inch 1080p display and a dual-core 1.6GHz CPU. Article

> Microsoft reportedly plans to reduce its Windows prices to spur sales. Article

> Microsoft's CIO, Tony Scott, left the company. Article

> Microsoft reportedly is considering a major restructuring. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) forthcoming iOS 7 overhaul will integrate AirDrop wireless file-sharing features available in the company's Mac OS X desktop platform, 9to5Mac reports. Article

> Google's Android continues to dominate U.S. smartphone sales but the platform is experiencing slower growth than both Apple's iOS and Microsoft's Windows Phone, research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech reports. Article

> Apple has completed streaming music licensing agreements with Warner Music Group and its Warner/Chappell publishing unit, The New York Times reports, suggesting the computing giant could formally unveil its so-called "iRadio" service at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, kicking off June 10. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The FCC is soliciting public input regarding recently concluded trials of TV white space (TVWS) databases systems operated separately by Google and Key Bridge Global. Article

> A recent report shows that some consumers value mobility far more than they value high-speed fixed Internet services, prompting them to drop their home Internet service in favor of wireless broadband connections. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone said it will increase spending on its mobile network in the United Kingdom by more than 50 percent. Article

> Telefónica is teaming up with Spanish banks CaixaBank and Santander to create a joint venture to develop new digital businesses in mobile banking, with a focus on the creation of a mobile wallet and person-to-person mobile payments. Article

> While the EU focuses on roaming charges, operators call for a more far-sighted approach. Editor's Corner.

And finally… "The Internship" should be named "Google Crashers." Article