Sony releases Xperia M; NSN ranked as No. 1 macro base station vendor by ABI

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@FierceWireless: @eggerton Verizon: FCC Open Internet Order Doesn't Qualify For Chevron Deference Tells court there's no statutory authority for FCC to interpret. | [email protected]

> Qualcomm this week removed the wraps from its FSM99xx family of 28 nanometer chips that integrate 3G and LTE for use in small cells. Article

> Verizon Wireless argued that the FCC's Open Internet Order doesn't quality for the Chevron deference. Article

> Canada's 700 MHz spectrum auction has been pushed until January 2014. Article

> Canadians can now cancel their contracts after two years. Article

> ABI Research ranked Nokia Siemens Networks as the world's No. 1 macro base station vendor. Release

> President Obama plans to take action against patent trolls. Article

> Qualcomm will offer a reference design for tablets. Release

> Android version Jelly Bean is now on 33 percent of all active Android devices. Article

> Starhome acquired MACH's European data clearing and NRTRDE business. Release

> Sony introduced the new Xperia M. Article

> Acer said that 80 percent of its products will sport touchscreens by 2015. Article

> Verizon will use Bloom Energy fuel cells in its data center and  switching centers in California. Article

Mobile Content News

> OnMobile Global, India's largest value-added services company, is purchasing Boston-area mobile entertainment firm Livewire Mobile for $17.8 million. The deal is expected to close later this month. Article

> Apple is revamping its iAd mobile advertising business, shifting the unit's focus away from campaigns integrated into iOS applications to messages supporting the forthcoming iRadio streaming music service, Bloomberg reports. Article

> Zynga is laying off 18 percent of its workforce, or 520 employees, by August. Article

Mobile Developer News

> What if Adobe turned Behance into the next platform for app developers? Editor's Corner

> In Letter to a Young Programmer, former Twitter engineer and member of finance software startup Simple, Alex Payne looks back on the pros and cons of creating innovative products and services on his own or as part of a small team. Article

And finally… Google won't allow facial recognition on Glass. Article