Samsung: We've sold 11m Galaxy S5s; HTC announces One mini 2

Quick news from around the Web.

> Samsung is holding a press event June 12 about tablets. Article

> Samsung's mobile chief said the company has sold 11 million Galaxy S5 units. Article

> Sprint asked for, and received, the secret legal argument underpinning the NSA's data-collection program. Article

> HTC announced the new One mini 2. Post

> Amid its ongoing tax dispute, Nokia will retire 5,000 workers in India. Article

> Samsung is planning to swap out Android with Tizen on its original Galaxy Gear smart watch. Article

> BlackBerry said it is developing a phone with a 1440×1440 resolution and pixel density of 453 DPI. Article

Wireless Tech News

> In an independent performance benchmark study of six LTE Category 4 chipsets conducted by Signals Research Group, a Samsung pre-commercial chipset came out on top as the best performer. Article

> Federal regulators should refrain from adopting new location accuracy rules until indoor-positioning technology is truly ready for prime time, according to the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), which represents manufacturers and suppliers of communications networks. Article

Telecom News

> Lumos Networks has bolstered its business services sales power, announcing that it has named Glenn Lytle as the new vice president of Enterprise Sales. Article

> Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation (MBC), an emerging middle mile provider, is responding to its wireless operator and business customers' desire for Ethernet-based services by leveraging Cyan's platforms for its regional metro network. Article

Cable News

> CBS paid Leslie Moonves $32 million in cash and bonuses last year, about 19 times higher than what CEOs running similar sized companies should make, according to a new study by compensation expert Graef Crystal. Article

And finally… Breakfree: A smartphone app that says it can help break your addiction to your smartphone. Article

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