Pictures of Amazon smartphone leak; Google Glass sells out

Quick news from around the Web.

> AT&T said it scored an agreement with Volvo for connectivity in the auotmaker's vehicles. Release

> BGR posted pictures of what the publication said is Amazon's forthcoming smartphone. Article

> Yahoo continues to post sluggish results. Article

> A Twitter executive said the company is almost completely focused on mobile. Article

> Apple's App Store generated 85 percent more revenue than Google Play in the first quarter, according to App Annie. Post

> Google Glass sold out during its day of commercial availability. Article

Online Video News

> Broadcasting is about to change, regardless of the outcome of the lawsuit against Aereo. Editor's Corner

> A new report from Qwilt says that live online video, led by entities like WWE and Twitch, is consuming bandwidth at an ever-increasing rate. Article

> RNN has been providing syndicated live local news content to partners like Verizon FiOS for several years now. Check out this Hot Seat with the company's general manager.

Telecom News

> ADTRAN reported that first-quarter 2014 revenues rose 3 percent year-over-year to $147 million, with lower U.S. sales offset by a 50 percent increase in international sales. Article

> Cincinnati Bell's aggressive fiber rollout is having an effect on area small businesses, and its partnership with The Brandery, a consumer marketing and branding accelerator, is a good example of that trend. Article

Cable News

> Dutch cable TV operator Ziggo reported a first quarter rise in broadband, enterprise and wireless customers while at the same time reporting a decline in cable customers. This trend is similar to what U.S. operators are facing. Article

> Comcast's NBCUniversal is doing more than dipping its toes into the digital TV space; it's taking a headlong plunge with more than a dozen new video series slated to appear first via digital venues. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone's brand remains strong even as the carrier's rivals work to increase their marketing. Editor's Corner

> Cellcom Israel has picked Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) as the supplier of its LTE and LTE Advanced network and said it expects to achieve a wide deployment of the network by the end of the year. Article

And finally… The OnePlus One phone will sell in the United States for under $400. Article

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