Yankee predicts iPhone ownership will surpass Android in U.S.; ZTE anticipates smartphone growth

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@FierceWireless: Amazon's Q1 earnings beat Wall Street expectations despite profit falling 6%. Article | [email protected]

> Yankee Group predicts iPhone ownership in the United States will outstrip Android ownership in the year 2015. Article

> Huawei sought to clarify is position on the U.S. carrier equipment market. Article

> Tellabs reported a net loss. Article

> Radisys reported first quarter revenues of $68.2 million. Release

> ZTE expects an increase in its smartphone sales. Article

> AT&T Mobility announced a handful of new, experimental apps, including a visual search app from its Labs division. Post

> Restructuring costs and a wait for payments on commercial contracts slammed Alcatel-Lucent's cash flow figure, as the company burned through $694 million in cash during 2013's first quarter, worsening the year-earlier free cash flow loss of nearly $211 million. Article

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> Google has revised its Android developer terms and conditions to close a loophole that allowed Facebook to upgrade its social networking app without leveraging the Google Play storefront's update mechanisms. Article

> Facebook has acquired software development platform Parse, signaling the social networking giant's entry into a new business category: Premium application development tools and services. Article

And finally… A coffee date with Apple CEO Tim Cook raises more than half a million dollars for charity. Article

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