Microsoft outs Outlook for Android; Facebook scores 73% of revenues from mobile

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> Citi and AT&T announced the new "AT&T Access More card," which they said will allow cardmembers to earn credit for new smartphones. Post

> Microsoft released a full-blown version of Outlook for Google's Android. Article

> Facebook said it derived fully 73 percent of its revenues from mobile during the first quarter. Article. Separately, the company also announced the "Hello" dialer for Android phones. Article

> Samsung will reportedly push another $9 billion into its South Korean chip manufacturing plant. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission said ZTE has not infringed on a patent held by InterDigital. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Representing divergent views from the Wi-Fi and LTE industries, panelists from Ericsson, Qualcomm, Ruckus Wireless and CableLabs engaged in a lively debate at the Wi-Fi Innovation Summit (WIS) on Wednesday about LTE-U/LAA and its impact on Wi-Fi. Or lack thereof, depending on your viewpoint. Article

> Noting the "uncarrier" moves by operators like T-Mobile US that already are making waves, Boingo CTO Derek Peterson told attendees here at the Wi-Fi Innovation Summit that he would like to see more disruption like that from the industry. Article

> Since launching a handful of balloons in New Zealand at its Project Loon launch in 2013, Google says it has flown millions of test kilometers around the world trying to learn what it takes to provide Internet connectivity with balloons. Article

Telecom News

> California Gov. Jerry Brown has told the FCC he likes the idea of a combined AT&T-DirecTV because it will mean good things for the Golden State. Article

Cable News

> Merging the world's two largest set-top makers, Arris' $2.1 billion acquisition of Pace offers insulation from a volatile U.S. pay-TV market, as well as the unpredictable revenue streams of the disparate CPE product cycles, analysts say. Article

> Is Verizon's new Custom HD a Charlie Ergen-esque strategy for negotiating OTT rights? Editor's Corner

And finally… Acer's new wearable device will tell you when you're stressed. Article

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