Samsung's Q1 may be better than expected; Apple to supply iPads to MLB dugouts

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Spotify raised $1 billion in debt financing. WSJ article

> PCIA said it partnered with major wireless voice and data carriers and other industry leaders "to host a Supplier Diversity Summit at the Wireless Infrastructure Show in Dallas May 23-26. The Summit will take place on May 25." Release

> Apple will supply iPads to the MLB for players to use in the dugout -- a deal fraught with both risks and rewards following the troubles Microsoft Surface users suffered during the recent Super Bowl. Engadget article

> According to one report, Samsung's first-quarter results may come in better than some had expected. Korea Herald article

> Square is offering a new platform that will allow app developers to build apps on top of its payment service. VentureBeat article

> Google Fiber is now offering home phone service for $10 a month, and it includes the ability for users to forward their calls to a mobile phone, receive transcribed voicemails via email or text message, and to use Google Voice. Phone Scoop article

> Google has been asked 63 times by law enforcement to unlock various Android phones. WSJ article

Telecom News

> AT&T will soon introduce an unlimited data option for U-verse Internet customers, playing into the consumer desire to have an all-you-can-eat broadband experience free of restrictive usage caps. Article

Online Video News

> Google may be adding another live streaming component to YouTube: VentureBeat reports that the company is creating a new app, YouTube Connect, which would face off against Twitter's Periscope and Facebook's live streaming initiative. Article

Installer News

> Wireless operators may still be in the planning and early implementation of small cells, but Lightower is seeing these carriers asking for more turnkey installation and support for the radios. Article

European Wireless News

> Telefónica Germany beefed up its BSS capabilities through an expanded deal with Netcracker Technology, a wholly owned subsidiary of NEC. Article

Cable News

> Making an aggressive move into a home entertainment market bereft of 4K content, Sony said its "Ultra" movie streaming service will launch April 4. Article

And finally… A new $1 million computer is designed to mimic the human brain. Article