Motorola reportedly planning new logo; Wall Street analysts slash iPhone sales expectations

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@FierceWireless: Myanmar awards licenses to Telenor and Ooredoo. Article | [email protected]

> Verizon reportedly has signed a nondisclosure agreement with Canada's Mobilicity about a possible acquisition. Article (sub. req.)

> Motorola Mobility is reportedly preparing to unveil a new logo that bears a striking resemblance to Google's logo. Article

> A pair of Wall Street analysts has reduced their sales expectations for Apple's iPhone. Article

> A court ruled against Apple's request to add the Galaxy S4 to its patent-infringement lawsuit against Samsung. Article

> T-Mobile US reportedly plans to release a "major" new product July 14. Article

> The launch of Nvidia's Shield gaming product has been delayed. Article

> Rob Orr left BlackBerry for Samsung. Article

> U.S. Cellular will sell the ZTE Imperial for a cent. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft's Windows Phone mobile operating system has eclipsed BlackBerry. Article

> Apple reportedly pays better rates for music than Pandora with its new iTunes Radio service. Article

> Google is updating its Now personal assistant service for Android devices. Article

> Mobile malware threats surged 614 percent between March 2012 and March 2013 to eclipse 275,000 total malicious apps, according to a new Juniper Networks report. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> T-Mobile US made another push for the government to open up the 1755-1780 MHz band. Article

> Broadcom says its single-chip solution addresses skyrocketing mobile data traffic. Article

European Wireless News

> China Mobile launched a huge tender for LTE equipment based on  TD-LTE, sparking a race among domestic and European vendors to grab as big a share of the deal as possible. Article

> Germany's telecoms regulator is pressing ahead with plans to start the auction process for frequencies in the 900, 1800 and 700 MHz bands as early as 2014. Article

> Telefónica agreed to sell O2 Ireland to Hutchison Whampoa's 3 Ireland for at least €780 million ($1 billion) and as much as €850 million. Article

And finally… An FTC official believes users should be able to reclaim their data from data brokers. Article