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> Verizon Wireless topped the Tier 1 carriers in terms of customer satisfaction, according to an annual study from the American Customer Satisfaction Index. Article

> The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the FCC can set deadlines for state and local authorities to act on applications for new cell sites. Article (sub. req.)

> Apple avoided paying billions in taxes in the United States and around the world through a web of subsidiaries, Congressional investigators disclosed on Monday. Apple CEO Tim Cook testified before Congress on Tuesday on the issue. Article

> Vodafone will hold on to a $3.19 billion dividend from Verizon Wireless rather than returning it to shareholders amid struggles in Europe. Article

> So far, customers are lured in by security but end up buying additional services, according to the head of AT&T's Digital Life division. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks unveiled enhancements to its Smart Wi-Fi solution to help carriers steer traffic between cellular and Wi-Fi networks. Release

> Ericsson announced its 3GPP compliant Wi-Fi network access, control and management solutions. Release

> Tekelec said Telefónica's O2 UK slected it to provide the policy and charging rules function (PCRF) in the operator's 3G and LTE core networks. Release

> A new Nokia video ad touts the Lumia 928's low-light camera capabilities. Article

> A Deutsche Bank analyst thinks T-Mobile US has an edge on Sprint Nextel thanks to its LTE network. Article

> Deutsche Bank downgraded Leap Wireless. Article

> Powermat acquired Finland's PowerKiss. Article

> Caterpillar hopes to make waves with a new ruggedized and waterproof Android phone. Article

> A Galaxy S III software leak reveals that it may get some upgrades the Galaxy S4 has. Article

Mobile Content News

> Facebook introduced Share Dialog, which makes it easier for users to post status updates, tag friends and share location data within applications optimized for Apple's iOS. Article

> Yahoo unveiled an overhauled version of its Flickr photo-sharing application for Google's Android mobile operating system, offering all users a free terabyte of storage. Article

>  Opera Software is rolling out the finalized version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Android. Article

> Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has ruled out BlackBerry 10 support for now. Article

> Google said its Hangouts app will soon support inbound and outbound calls via desktop-based Hangouts. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Why apps shouldn't always reflect the physical world. Editor's Corner

> Developers can stop trying to figure out which marketing channel is best for their apps. According to AppsFlyer's first-quarter report, social was the hands-down winner. Article

And finally... New smartphone application improves colonoscopy preparation. Who knew? Article

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