HTC could release One 'mini'; Samsung offers Galaxy S4 Active

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> Amdocs said it will provide "strategic IT support" for AT&T Mobility's Aio Wireless. Release

> The last full day of Sprint Nextel's iDEN service for active users will be June 29. Release

> The ZTE Mustang appears headed for AT&T. Article

> Acer introduced its first phablet, the Liquid S1. Article

> Sprint reportedly is preparing to sell the Sprint Vital, a ZTE-made Android smartphone with a 5-inch HD display. Article

> HTC could be preparing the One "mini," with a 4.3-inch screen. Article

> Samsung continues to expand its S4 lineup, this time with the waterproof Galaxy S4 Active. Article

> BlackBerry demonstrated a new mobile computing service for automakers. Release

> Good Technology said Apple's iOS retains a substantial lead over Android in the enterprise. Release

> According to new research, around 5 percent of locations carry almost half of carriers' data traffic. Article

> Mobiquity scored $12 million in Series B venture capital financing. Release

> Apple stores are offering iPhone 5 repairs for $149. Article

> ZTE will use Broadcom's baseband processors in the company's small cells. Release

> BandwidthX said it will launch its new Bandwidth Market, which the company described as a "cloud-based service that enables MNOs to buy Wi-Fi capacity exactly when and where they want to from participating ISPs and Wi-Fi service providers who have capacity in their networks." Release

Mobile Content News

> A day after Zynga announced plans to lay off 18 percent of its workforce, or 520 employees, one of those former staffers harshly criticized the social gaming firm's business strategy and culture in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" question-and-answer session Tuesday. Article

> North American consumers are on pace to spend $44 billion on in-store mobile wallet transactions in 2017, up from just $500 million in 2012, according to a new forecast issued by research firm Berg Insight. Article

> Opera Software is rolling out an overhauled version of its popular Opera Mini mobile browser, promising a more advanced, feature-rich Web experience for low-priced phones. Article

Cable News

> Cablevision will continue to offer its Optimum Online subscribers unlimited data downloads and doesn't plan to switch to a usage-based billing approach, CFO Gregg Seibert said Tuesday. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T and the Communications Workers of America (CWA) have ratified a four-year contract covering about 3,000 employees in the telco's East region. CWA District 1, which represents wireline workers in Connecticut, is the last AT&T wireline unit to ratify an agreement out of the seven that had contracts that expired in 2012 and early 2013. Article

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