FreedomPop moves to Sprint's EV-DO network; FirstNet board member alleges improprieties

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> FreedomPop is moving onto Sprint Nextel's EV-DO network with its new Overdrive Pro mobile hotspot. FreedomPop also said its business model is profitable. Article

> Clearwire shareholders will vote on Sprint's offer for the company on May 21. Article

> In the fourth quarter, average connection speeds on surveyed mobile network operators ranged from a high of just over 8 Mbps to a low of 345 kbps, according to Akamai. Release

> Huawei said it will no longer focus on the U.S. carrier market. Article

> T-Mobile USA and Sprint Nextel are delaying the release of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Article

> Mutiny struck at a FirstNet meeting as a board member alleged improprieties. Article

> ZTE will license Microsoft patents for Android. Article

> A group of Democrats introduced legislation to reform the FCC's Lifeline program. Article

> Motorola Solutions reduced its 2013 revenue expectations due to delays in enterprise orders. Article

> Google bought Wavii for $30 million. Article

> Apple mailed out $15 in "antennagate" payments. Article

> Apple's WWDC conference will start June 10. Article

Mobile Content News

> WhatsApp is introducing its first-ever dedicated instant messaging button via Nokia's new social-themed Asha 210 handset. Article

> Facebook is redesigning its mobile Pages platform to help consumers more efficiently access local merchant information on the go. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Despite a 2 percent year-over-year uptick in sales, restructuring costs led Ericsson's first-quarter 2013 income to plummet 86 percent from the prior-year period to $181.43 million. Article

And finally… 10,000 iPhones falling like dominos. Article