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Today a court filing made it known that MetroPCS has dropped its lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding net neutrality. As you may know, we’re big fans of single-purpose tools that make your life easier. This is especially true when it comes to design, because sometimes a simple, straight-forward solution. Mozilla has announced that it will hold off on blocking third-party tracking cookies in the latest version of Firefox. On May 18th, 2012, Facebook went public at a per-share price of $38. The company experienced a brief gain, spiking into the 40s, but ended its first day of trading. Google CEO Larry Page took a public swipe at Microsoft in his speech at the end of the I/O event’s opening keynote. Today CNBC reported that Yahoo intends to hold a product-focused event in New York City this coming Monday. Audio hosting platform SoundCloud has announced a new integration with Songkick, making it easier for musicians to share their upcoming concerts with their listeners. It was a light week of Microsoft news, as Google dominated the headlines with its impressive, and long-running I/O event that saw it update and refine its host of software. Given that mobile is fast-becoming the primary Web-browsing conduit for many people, it goes without saying that many potential job candidates will be viewing recruitment ads on their pocket rocket. Vodafone announced the Smart III today, a new low-end Android smartphone running version 4.1 firmware (Jelly Bean) for less than £99 ($150 USD) in the United Kingdom.