Ericsson is 'not satisfied with profitability'; ZTE's Geek phone features Intel silicon

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> Ericsson's CEO is "not satisfied with profitability." Release

> AT&T Mobility provided details about its planned LTE network expansion, and plans to hti 250 markets by the end of the summer. Article

> Nokia's Lumia 521 will reach T-Mobile stores in May. Article

> The ZTE Geek Android smartphone features an Intel chip. Article

> Wandera launched its Mobile Data Optimization (MDO) service. Release

> The FCC's Lifeline program continues to receive interest in Congress. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft's latest ad against Google raises concerns about Android security. Article

> Apple's iMessage service suffered an outage. Article

> Mobile publishers like Facebook, Twitter, Pandora and The Weather Channel are rapidly gaining control of the U.S. mobile display advertising market, ending years of dominance by ad networks like Google, Millennial Media and Apple, research firm IDC reports. Article

> AppGratis issued a long emotional response to Apple's rejection of its app discovery service, arguing that Apple's action happened without much warning and has left the company searching for answers and a solution. Article

> Zipwhip offers SMS services over landline phones. Article

> Good Technology hired executives from Hewlett-Packard, Cisco and Motorola. Article

> General Motors is testing mobile ads on Facebook. Article (sub. req.)

And finally… If Huawei is spying in U.S., would it sponsor a Jonas Brothers tour? Article