AT&T to sell Galaxy S4 April 30; Google Glasses won't have cellular radio

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> AT&T Mobility will begin selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 April 30 starting at $200. Article

> One analyst believes Apple will sell 75 million low-cost iPhones next year. Article

> Samsung is under investigation for bashing HTC online. Article

> Android founder Andy Rubin said the effort initially started as a way to make an operating system for a camera. Article

> Huawei reiterated its desire to succeed in smartphones. Article (sub. req.)

> There are four Apple executives who are making more money than Apple CEO Tim Cook. Article

> Google Glasses won't have a cellular radio. Article

> According to Arthur D. Little, mobile operators' revenues will decline until at least 2016. Article

> One analyst reported that demand is high in Asia for the BlackBerry Z10. Article

> The government sequester could affect sales at Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility. Article

Mobile Content News

> Mobile browser page load speeds have accelerated around 30 percent over the last 12 months, Google reports. Article

> Facebook is not in discussions to extend its Home launcher from Google's Android to Apple's iOS and Microsoft's Windows Phone, The Next Web reports. Article

> Google rolled out an updated version of its YouTube video application for Apple's iOS, highlighted by support for live streaming. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Google Drive is changing the app development experience. Article

> Evans Data reported a 57 percent increase in developer program participation. Article

And finally… How Microsoft quietly built the city of the future. Article


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