ZTE shows flagging handsets sales in China; Samsung Ativ S reportedly bound for Sprint

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@FierceWireless: RT@engadgetmobile: UK carrier Three is in 'no rush' to switch on LTE, probably won't do so until Q4. Article | [email protected]

> T-Mobile USA MVNO Solavei said it has paid out more than $6.8 million to its customers since its launch six months ago. 

> ZTE posted another quarterly loss on contract delays and falling handset sales in China. Article

> Ericsson is reportedly planning to purchase Microsoft's IPTV business. Article

> T-Mobile's iPhone 5 will feature the same model number--A1428--as the one sold by AT&T Mobility, but it will support T-Mobile's HSPA and LTE networks. Article

> HTC's "Tiara" phone and Samsung's Ativ S will reportedly land at Sprint Nextel this summer. Article

> U.S. wireless carriers could purchase Canada's Wind Mobile. Article

> Apple is pursuing another trial against Samsung. Article

> Ericsson said it concluded its planned reduction of operations in Sweden. Release

> AT&T expanded its LTE network into new, smaller markets. Article

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> Amazon is expanding its popular X-Ray feature to television content available for download from its Amazon Instant Video service, enabling Kindle Fire HD tablet owners to delve deeper into their favorite programs. Article

> Battery drain issues are once again plaguing some iPhone and iPad owners following the release of Apple's new iOS 6.1.3 software update, with some consumers also blaming the release for issues with Wi-Fi connectivity. Article

> Following a record-breaking holiday season, daily downloads from Apple's App Store plunged 13 percent in February, according to mobile user acquisition platform Fiksu. Article

And finally… How fast is the T-Mobile iPhone 5 on LTE? Article

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