LG Optimus Elite lands at Virgin Mobile; Voyager Mobile launch delayed

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@FierceWireless: @inafried FYI, it looks like Voyager Mobile is postponing its launch. Release --PG | [email protected]

> Time Warner Cable is reportedly eliminating its Roadrunner brand. Article

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless is adding 6 million more songs to its Muve Music service. Article

> Nokia introduced two new low-end phones, the Nokia 110 and the Nokia 112. Article

> A Samsung executive said the company landed "huge" orders for flexible OLED screens. Article

> Verizon Wireless will expand LTE coverage to 28 more markets on May 17. Release

> Voyager Mobile is the nation's latest low-cost MVNO, and was founded by a 22-year-old college student. Article

> According to new figures, Android smartphones commanded a global market share of 59 percent and an installed base of 331 million devices. Release 

> Best Buy's founder and chairman said he will resign. Article (sub. req.)

> Research In Motion let slip its BlackBerry 10 home screen. Article

> Cassidian, an EADS company, and Alcatel-Lucent said they will launch a new solution called Evercor, based on 4G LTE technology, for the public safety, energy and transport industries. Release

> The LG Optimus Elite will arrive at Virgin Mobile today. Release

Mobile Content News

> Gameloft is predicting increasing revenues in its second quarter. Article

> Apple reportedly is planning to upgrade to iCloud by including photo-sharing features. Article (sub. req.)

> Facebook is revamping its News Feed for mobile devices, rolling out a redesign featuring larger photos and easier-to-read posts. Article

> American Express introduced My Offers, a mobile deals platform that recommends and ranks merchant offers based on a consumer's spending history and location. Article

> Millennial Media reported net losses of $4 million in the first quarter of 2012. Article

> More than 70 percent of mobile users pay little to nothing for mobile apps. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Android 4.0 development standards help designers embrace the platform. Industry Voices

> A new study from comScore identified the top apps accessed by iOS and Android customers and found that the two audiences have very dissimilar usage characteristics. Article

And finally... Nokia said Apple rigged Siri to name the iPhone as the world's best smartphone. Article