Telefónica: We have not received bid from AT&T; HTC boosts One with $25 for Google Play

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> Telefónica said it has not received a takeover bid from AT&T. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it supplied a software update to its iPhone customers that will allow them to receive emergency alerts. Article

> Sprint Nextel deployed its LTE network to 22 more cities across the country. Release

> Nokia's next major smartphone could sport a metallic body. Article

> Huawei plans to release its upcoming Ascend P6 at an event dedicated to the phone. Article (sub. req.)

> According to another leak, the Moto X smartphone will feature a 1.7Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 Pro processor and an HD OLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. Article

> Regional U.S. wireless carrier Viaero Wireless said it launched a 4G network with unlimited data service. Article

> A version of the Alcatel One Touch Fire has arrived at the FCC running the Firefox OS. Article

> HTC is offering $25 in Google Play credit to all new One owners. Article

Mobile Content News

> Personal computing accessories manufacturer Logitech is building a game controller optimized for Apple's forthcoming iOS 7 mobile operating system overhaul, according to a photo obtained by Kotaku. Article

> Facebook will add video capture capabilities to Instagram, bringing the photo sharing application in line with rival Twitter's popular Vine, TechCrunch reports. Article

> Square co-founder Tristan O'Tierney has left the fast-growing mobile payments startup, announcing his exit via Twitter. Article

> What to expect from Apple's iOS 8. Editor's Corner

Broadband Wireless News

> More than 50 percent of new cars sold during 2015 will offer wireless connectivity either by embedded, tethered or smartphone integration, and that percentage will grow to include all or nearly all new cars sold in 2025, according to a report issued by the GSMA and conducted by research firm SBD. Article

> Accedian Networks announced SkyLight, which it claims delivers performance assurance on multivendor heterogeneous mobile backhaul networks by leveraging software-defined networking (SDN) and self-organizing/optimizing network (SON) technologies. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone faces a tricky balancing act in its financial adventures. Editor's Corner

> The board of France Telecom Orange will reach a decision on the future of CEO Stephane Richard as soon as Monday, according to latest statements from French President Francois Hollande. Article

> The European Commission is stepping up its ongoing informal investigation into Google's licensing tactics for its Android  platform following a formal complaint made by several companies in April about Google's practices, according to a Financial Times report. Article

And finally… Selfies are now the most popular type of photo. Article

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