Wheeler to sell AT&T, Verizon shares; PCIA to move its show to spring in 2014

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@FierceWireless: AT&T and Verizon End Run Net Neutrality Rules By Giving You (Some) Free Mobile Data - At A Cost. Article via @Forbes | [email protected]

> Sprint Nextel closed its acquisition of Midwestern spectrum and customers from U.S. Cellular. Release

> Clearwire investors are hoping to get Sprint to improve its offer for the company. Article

> Google engineers are trying to fix Android fragmentation. Article

> Tom Wheeler will sell up to $1 million worth of AT&T and Verizon stock in order to obtain the FCC chairman job without conflict. Article

> HTC could double its production capacity for the HTC One in May. Article

> Deutsche Telekom has an option to sell its stake in T-Mobile US. Article

> TracFone Wireless said it supports Sen. Claire McCaskill's calls for an independent federal audit of any inefficiencies that may remain in the Lifeline program. Release

>  PCIA announced its Wireless Infrastructure Show will move to the spring beginning in 2014, and will take place May 19-22, 2014 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida. Release

> Dish Network again asked the FCC to pause its review of SoftBank's plan to buy 70 percent of Sprint. Article

> Virgin Mobile US is offering a 15 percent discount on the iPhone 4 and 4S. Article

Mobile Content News

> Worldwide consumer spending on mobile games optimized for Apple's iOS has eclipsed total spending on titles for dedicated gaming handhelds like the Sony PSP and Nintendo 3DS, according to a new report issued by researcher IDC and mobile analytics firm App Annie. Article

 > A Google executive confirmed the company's new Hangouts messaging platform will integrate SMS and outbound calling services in the near future--before then distancing herself from the comments. Article

> Yahoo is in advanced discussions to acquire social networking platform Tumblr for as much as $1 billion, Adweek reports. AllThingsD first reported on the talks, noting the two firms are also mulling strategic alliance and investment options. Article

And finally… Epson is making Android glasses too. Article