The Motorola X Phone (or XFON?) could be headed to Verizon; Samsung reportedly preps Galaxy S4 Mini

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> The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 appears bound for AT&T Mobility. Article

> Cisco is arguing to the European Union that Microsoft has strengthened a monopoly position with its purchase of Skype. Article

> Nokia continues to face tax troubles in India. Article

> Cincinnati Bell launched the BlackBerry Z10. Article

> Apple will pay $53 million to settle a lawsuit over warranties. Article

> ST-Ericsson sold its GPS business to Intel. Article

> T-Mobile US will sell the BlackBerry Q10 nationwide starting June 5 for $99.99 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $20. Article

> The rumored Motorola "X Phone" (or is it XFON?) reportedly passed through the FCC with support for Verizon Wireless. Article

> Samsung is reportedly planning the launch of a Galaxy S4 Mini on June 20. Article

Mobile Content News

> Streaming music, news and sports service TuneIn has closed a $25 million funding round led by Institutional Venture Partners, with existing investors Sequoia Capital, Google Ventures and General Catalyst Partners also participating. Article

> Google released an updated version of its Google+ social networking application for Apple's iOS, introducing a series of photo features bringing the app in line with its Android counterpart. Article

> A majority of the most popular applications optimized for Apple's iOS and Google's Android are not available for the rival Windows Phone and BlackBerry platforms, research firm Canalys reports. Article

And finally… Android's market share is a "joke?" Article


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