News of Note—Verizon's CES keynote; Apple's iPhone reports; DoCoMo's 5G plans and more

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According to some reports, Google's Project Fi may be renamed Google Fi. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today: 

> Verizon's CEO is scheduled to provide a keynote address during the upcoming CES trade show in Las Vegas. Release

> Japan's DoCoMo is scheduled to deploy 5G services at this time next year. RCR article


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> Selectel Wireless, a Verizon MVNO, is reportedly planning to launch unlimited data services. Prepaid Phone News article

> According to IDC, Samsung, Huawei and Apple—in that order—are the world's largest smartphone vendors. Release

> Apple said that, starting next quarter, it will no longer report the number of iPhones it sells. Business Insider article

> U.S. Cellular reported a rise in its operating revenues in its third quarter. Release

> According to some reports, Google's Project Fi may be renamed Google Fi. Phone Arena article

> According to EJL Wireless, the outdoor small cell antenna market grew 84% last year, with Alpha Wireless as the top provider. Inside Towers article


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