Nokia reportedly delays phablet; C Spire to sell BlackBerry Q10

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> Nokia has reportedly delayed the release of its phablet due to Microsoft's plan to purchase the company. Article

> Intel is pushing to have sub-$100 tablets in the United States by the end of the year. Article

> AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile US customers can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear starting tomorrow. Article

> C Spire Wireless will sell the BlackBerry Q10. Article

> Nvidia hired a new CFO after a two-year search, and settled on Colette Kress, a former Cisco and Microsoft executive. Article

Mobile Content News

> Sixty-three percent of U.S. mobile subscribers use their phone to go online, up from 55 percent a year ago and surging from 31 percent in 2009, according to a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. Article

> Google acquired Bump, whose wireless content sharing application emerged as one of the first breakout hits of the app store era. Article

> Android-compatible smartphones running Jolla's open-source Sailfish mobile operating system will ship with the company's own mobile app store instead of the Google Play storefront app, Jolla CEO Tomi Pienimäki told Forbes. Article

Mobile Developer News

> According to a new report, most Windows developers struggle with mobile app transitions. Article

> Developers are speaking out about the opportunities in the pending release of iOS 7. Article

And finally… Bing's newest strategy to take on Google? A new logo. Article


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