LightSquared teams with Jefferies Group to exit bankruptcy; ABI: Intel's apps processor outperforms rivals

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> Intel's Z2580 application processor outperforms those from Nvidia, Qualcomm and Samsung, according to ABI Research. Release

> Samsung is offering a wireless charging kit for the Galaxy S4. Article

> LightSquared will use Jefferies Group to line up financing to exit bankruptcy. Article

> Investors are beginning to worry about Samsung's smartphone sales. Article

> Huawei is working to market its smartphones in the United States. Article

> Verizon Wireless added the LG Optimus Zone and the LG Exceed onto its prepaid service. Article

> Major League Baseball is looking to obtain records from AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile US in an investigation into performance-enhancing drugs. Article

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> Apple has completed a streaming music licensing agreement with Sony Music Entertainment, setting the stage for the computing giant to formally announce its long-anticipated iRadio service during next week's Worldwide Developers Conference, AllThingsD reports. Article

> Facebook revealed it will sunset more than a dozen different advertising formats across its mobile and desktop platforms, taking steps to create a simpler, more consistent experience for both marketers and consumers. Article

> Publishers GungHo Online Entertainment and Supercell are teaming to create a series of exclusive in-game features that will appear in the companies' respective flagship mobile games Puzzle & Dragons and Clash of Clans. Article

And finally… Google's Larry Page believes that privacy concerns over the company's Glass product will fade. Article

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