U.S. Cellular launches $50 no-contract unlimited service; BlackBerry's U.S. market share hits 0%

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> U.S. Cellular today launched a new $50 no contract promotional plan that includes unlimited voice, messaging and data. Page

> Inq Mobile appears to be discontinuing operations. Article

> BlackBerry's U.S. market share is now 0%, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners. Article

> Broadcom's latest financial results were better than analysts had expected. Article

> Amazon warned investors it might post an operating loss in its current quarter. Article

> Zynga said it will reduce its workforce by 20 percent. Article

Telecom News

> Coriant and Tellabs are set to start new lives as their new owner Marlin Equity Partners is merging the two companies and forming one common leadership team. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network began marketing two portable satellite TV receivers that it said are designed for tailgaters at sporting events and subscribers who like camping. Article

European Wireless News

> Mobile network operators will generate revenues of close to $20 billion by 2018 through strategies involving internet-based voice or "carrier OTT", a new report from Juniper Research has found. Article

And finally… The latest smart device? A foam sword. Article

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