LG plans to produce flexible displays; AT&T to sell NEC Terrain PTT phone

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> Smartphone owners under the age of 35 have "vastly different" usage patterns and attitudes towards mobile voice and messaging services than other age groups, according to new research from Analysys Mason. Release

> LG plans to mass produce flexible displays starting in the fourth quarter. Article

> HTC hired a former Apple exec, Jack Yang, to head up sales in South Asia. Release

> C Spire Wireless said it will sell the HTC One this summer. Release

> AT&T Mobility will sell the NEC Terrain push-to-talk phone for $99.99 with a service contract. Article

> Intellectual Ventures sued Google's Motorola Mobility again. Article

Mobile Content News

> Facebook is reportedly planning to release an Instagram-powered video-sharing service. Article

> A day after stating it is working on new features, Twitter-owned video sharing service Vine issued a series of clips hinting at what users can expect in the weeks ahead. Article

> Is Samsung's Jay-Z giveaway a new music cash cow or a one-hit wonder? Editor's Corner

Broadband Wireless News

> Alcatel-Lucent's shift may help it survive but could also aid its rivals. Editor's Corner

> Facebook and its advertisers want to know where its subscribers are, and the company is working to convince Wi-Fi users to give up that information in exchange for free Wi-Fi service. Article

European Wireless News

> Orange became the second Spanish operator to announce LTE pricing in Spain, as both it and rival operator Vodafone Spain also cut mobile tariffs in an increasingly difficult competitive environment. Article

> Operators could find a number of benefits by partnering with Wi-Fi provider Fon. Industry Voices

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