RIM: BlackBerry 10 a game changer; Apple could add Baidu to iPhone

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> Apple may add Baidu as an iPhone search engine in China. Article

> Verizon Wireless is planning to expand its LTE coverage soon. Article

> An AT&T executive said there is no "jihad" between wireless carriers and over-the-top apps. Article

> Research In Motion is contending that BlackBerry 10 will be a game changer. Article

> A Verizon executive said the FCC is taking too long to approve the carrier's purchase of AWS spectrum from cable companies. Article

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> Thompson Reuters acquired Apsmart. Article

> Sixty-nine percent of new application development projects initiated during the first quarter of 2012 targeted Apple's iOS platform, according to new data issued by app store research firm Flurry. Article

> Roughly two years after acquiring AdMob for $750 million, Google has fully integrated the mobile ad network into its signature AdWords platform. Article

> Facebook introduced App Center, a recommendation engine that suggests mobile and Web applications based on user interests and preferences as well as consumer feedback. Article

And finally… Can Phil Schiller keep Apple cool? Article

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