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Sprint has given into shareholder pressure and raised its bid for Clearwire by 14 percent. Clearwire immediately canceled today shareholder vote, rescheduling for next week. Intel could get its largest mobile design win yet: Two different benchmark sites indicate that at the very least, Samsung is testing an Intel Atom chip inside the upcoming Galaxy Tab 3
Despite being late to the market, Nvidia is showing it can keep up with the latest technological advances in LTE technology. The platform could give publishers a new tool in their quest to monetize online content. Not only does it let mobile websites issue push notifications, but it also introduces new real estate for ads. By the wireless power invested in me, I now pronounce you a couple. Two wireless charging companies combine and agree on a single power standard. The world's first international MVNO, Truphone is now offering shared plans for business, allowing companies to offer a single pool of minutes and megabytes their employees can use in multiple counties. Square has launched an under-the-radar payments service that lets customers transfer cash through email. More news from Yahoo on Monday: The company is revamping photo-sharing service Flickr and is also opening a New York office. The carrier says by mid-June it will allow use of FaceTime over cellular for its unlimited plan customers. At last week's Google I/O event, Google Voice news was noticeably absent from the stage, overshadowed by the new Hangouts service, which doesn't yet support Voice.