Amazon to sell OnePlus smartphone; Jawbone denies plans to exit the fitness tracker market

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Amazon will sell OnePlus smartphones in the U.S. and U.K. Ubergizmo article

> Jawbone denies reports it will exit the fitness tracker market. Engadget report

> Cox is offering free Wi-Fi service through its 600-plus public hotspots throughout Omaha in June. Omaha World-Herald article

> Samsung is bringing back its Gear VR promotion. Engadget story

> The CTIA Super Mobility 2016 trade show will showcase the smart city. CTIA announcement

Telecom News

> Allied Fiber's Southeast dark fiber assets will be auctioned off in July. Article

Online Video News

> Ad blockers for iOS show slow growth even as the global ad-blocking market jumps 90 percent. Article

Installer News

> College students have designed a wind turbine that can be used to supply power to cell towers. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia created a digital health business following the closing of its acquisition of Withings. Article

Cable News

> ESPN and ESPN 2 reportedly lost more than 1.5 million subscribers from February to May. Article

And finally… 'The Rolls Royce of smartphones' launches at $14,000. Article

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