Sprint's Danny Bowman lands at Samsung; Apple hires Yves Saint Laurent CEO

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> Nokia Siemens Networks said it will deploy an FDD LTE in the Moscow and Central Russia regions during the third quarter of 2013 for Mobile TeleSystems (MTS). Release

> Microsoft's CEO is reportedly considering a reorganization that would put Windows Phone software chief Terry Myerson in charge of Windows operating system engineering. Article

> The CEO of fashion company Yves Saint Laurent is headed to a job at Apple. Article

> Danny Bowman, who once headed up Sprint's integrated solutions group, was named the chief sales and operations officer at Samsung Telecommunications America. Bowman is responsible for operator sales and operations and will also head up long-term strategic initiatives. Article

> Nokia introduced the 207, 208 and 208 dual-SIM candybar phones. Release

> Nokia said it will continue to use JWT Worldwide as its creative agency. Release

> Spirent Communications warned of an expected 20 percent drop in revenues. Article

> According to Strategy Analytics, handset data traffic will grow over 300 percent by 2017 to 21 Exabytes. Release

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> Mozilla's Firefox OS may kill feature phones, but can it survive against Android? Editor's Corner

> Apple's iOS generated 64 percent of impressions across the Velti mobile advertising platform in May 2013, up 5 percentage points year-over-year, according to Velti's latest State of Mobile Advertising Report. Google's Android accounted for 36 percent of impressions last month, down from 41 percent in May 2012. Article

> LinkedIn is revamping its professional networking applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, adding new search capabilities enabling users to discover potential job opportunities, companies and discussion groups. Article

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