AT&T to pay $18M to settle billing probe; San Fran ditches cell phone radiation rules

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> AT&T Mobility will pay $18.25 million to settle an FCC probe into its billing practices. Article

> An analyst firm said BlackBerry has reduced the production of its BlackBerry 10 phones. Article

> The head of the company's North American business, Rick Corker, will join Nokia Siemens Networks' executive board. Release

> Nokia Siemens reiterated that it posted a "solid operating margin" in its first quarter. Release

> Cisco's Meraki business launched a new service called "Presence" that works with a  Facebook login. Article

> Sharp will reportedly begin production on screens for the next iPhone in June. Article

> Nokia is teasing a "colorful" announcement scheduled for Thursday in India. Article

> Aruba Networks and Ruckus Wireless posted quarterly results well below analysts' expectations. Article

> San Francisco will no longer pursue rules that would have required retailers to warn of radiation with cell phone sales. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google is rolling out a new API enabling consumers to access Web content in iOS applications via its Chrome browser instead of Apple's own default browser Safari. Article

> Electronic Arts reported fiscal fourth quarter revenues of $1.04 billion, up from $977 million in the year-ago period. Revenues from mobile games, online offerings and other digital channels increased 45 percent year-over-year to $618 million. Article

> Facebook has contacted Microsoft to request the removal of more than three-dozen copycat mobile social networking apps optimized for the Windows Phone operating system. Article

Cable News

> According to Roku's CEO, virtual cable MSOs are "inevitable." Hot Seat

Telecom News

> AT&T and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers System Council T-3 have ratified a four-year contract covering almost 6,500 wireline employees in Illinois, northwestern Indiana and other local union branches throughout the United States. Article

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