FCC moves ahead with spectrum-sharing plans; FCC approves LG G2

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@FierceWireless: Juniper Falls After Saying CEO Johnson Retiring. Article via @BloombergTech[email protected]

> Claro and Dish Network teamed to offer bundled TV, Internet, wireless and telephone services in Puerto Rico. Release

> The FCC is moving forward with a spectrum-sharing plan between the Department of Defense and wireless carriers. Article

> Huawei said it expects to revenues to grow 10 percent this year. Article

> RadioShack warned that it will continue to liquidate inventory this year. Article (sub. req.)

> Pictures of BlackBerry's rumored A10 smartphone surfaced on the Web. Article

> Broadcom's guidance fell short of expectations. Article

> Sprint is appealing a judge's ruling over a $300 million lawsuit against the company. Article

> Sprint inked a deal to offer wireless service in New York City subways. Article

> The FCC approved the LG G2. Article

> Chip vendor ARM posted results that exceeded analysts' estimates. Article

> According to Chitika, Apple's iPad accounts for 84 percent of all U.S. and Canadian tablet Web traffic. Post

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> Big-box retailer Best Buy has posted product listings for the new Google Nexus 7 tablet hours prior to a media event where the search giant is expected to unveil the device. The Best Buy listing also confirms the device will run Android version 4.3, which Google is also expected to officially announce. Article

> Microsoft is scrambling to quell a Windows Phone user insurrection. Editor's Corner

> Electronic Arts beat earnings expectations during its fiscal first quarter, narrowing its losses to $121 million compared to $130 million in the year-ago quarter and increasing revenues to $495 million, well above guidance of $450 million. Article

And finally… The National Transportation Safety Board wants vehicles to talk to each other. Article

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