T-Mobile's LTE network begins showing up in new markets; Moto X Phone could drop at U.S. Cellular

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> According to ABI Research, Qualcomm-powered devices generate $189 per handset more subsidy than other devices. Post

> AT&T said in its 2012 sustainability report that its effort to reduce energy costs and emissions helped it save over $151 million in annualized energy savings from the years 2010-2012 and almost 1.3 billion kilowatt hours (kWh). Article

> T-Mobile US' LTE network is popping up in a number of new locations across the United States, according to RootMetrics. Post

> The Wi-Fi Alliance started its 802.11a/c certification program. Article

> AT&T Mobility will sell the BlackBerry Q10 starting June 21. Article

> The Moto X Phone appears headed to U.S. Cellular. Article

> Tests of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 MDP show significant increases in processor speed. Article

> Verizon Wireless and Discover Financial Services joined the NFC Forum as Principal Members. Release

> HTC introduced the Butterfly S phablet with a 5-inch screen. Article

> Researchers have reportedly been able to break into Apple's iOS hotspot passwords. Article

> A Los Angeles school district will purchase $30 million worth of Apple's iPad minis. Article

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> Apple is reportedly testing a version of its iOS 7 operating system that features built-in support for LinkedIn services. Article

> Is there money to be made in app loyalty programs? Editor's Corner

> Mobile payments now account for more than 10 percent of all transactions across Starbucks stores nationwide, the coffeehouse chain said Tuesday. Article

> Travel site TripAdvisor has acquired GateGuru, a mobile application touting real-time information on flights and airports across the globe. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Article

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