AT&T debuts new marketing slogan; T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T to sell LG's G Flex

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> Android is on pace to surpass 1 billion users across all devices in 2014, according to new numbers from Gartner. Release

> AT&T Mobility's new marketing slogan: "Bigger than T-Mobile, faster than Verizon Wireless and more reliable than everybody." Article

> AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile said they will sell LG's G Flex smartphone, with a curved display. Article

> Huawei announced its new Ascend Mate 2 phablet Android smartphone, and promised to sell the device in the U.S. market. Article

> U.S. Cellular said it has largely fixed the billing problems that have been dragging at the company for most of a year now. Release

> Samsung Electronics posted its first profit decline in nine quarters. Article

> Ford Motor Co. announced four new apps for its Sync AppLink system. Release

> Intel's CEO said the company's McAfee brand will be replaced by Intel Security. Article

> Apple said its App Store sales topped $10 billion in 2013. Release

> Broadcom unveiled a new line of Wi-Fi chips. Article

> AT&T said it will be the exclusive vendor for Asus' PadFone X in the United States. Release

> Samsung introduced the new Galaxy TabPro and NotePro tablets, including models that measure 12.2 inches. Article

> T-Mobile will sell Sony's new Xperia Z1S. Article

> Mozilla promised higher-end Firefox OS smartphones, and also plans to release tablets powered by the operating system. Article. LG showed off its first smartphone running Mozilla's Firefox OS, the Fireweb. Article. And finally, Panasonic said it will sell TVs powered by Mozilla's Firefox OS. Article

> Sanjay Jha, Motorola's former CEO, will take the leadership position at chipmaker GlobalFoundries. Article

> Samsung announced its new Samsung Enterprise Services effort to target business users. Article

Telecom News

> FiberLight has put the final touches on a redundant dark fiber optical network for the London Internet Exchange (LINX) in Northern Virginia as the U.K.-based provider looks to establish a larger foothold in the U.S. market. Article

> AT&T's desire to eliminate pricing discounts on special access contracts that are longer than three years now faces its latest challenge from CompSouth, an association of CLECs serving business customers in the Southeast. Article

Cable News

> Charter Communications said it doubled the speed of its Internet tiers. Article

> AT&T's U-verse service launched a new Poker Night TV app. Article

Mobile Developer News

> What does CTIA get wrong with its new KnowMyApp.org? Editor's Corner

> After Google acquires Bump Technologies, developers say goodbye to its Bump and Flock apps. Article

And finally… Normally FierceWireless only runs one "and finally" entry, but today we definitely need to run both of these: "Michael Bay Responds To His CES Meltdown: 'Wow! I Just Embarrassed Myself.'" And this one: "How I got T-Mobile's CEO kicked out of AT&T's CES party."

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