Android 4.3 has some hidden features; AT&T launches Digital Life in five more markets

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@FierceWireless: RT@allthingsd: Apple spent $16 billion on AAPL last quarter -by @JohnPaczkowski Article[email protected]

> Verizon says the president should decide whether to veto the ITC's decision to ban devices that infringe on the Samsung patent.  Article.

> Android 4.3 has some hidden features such as "App Ops" that lets users control the permissions that apps can access. Article.

> AT&T is launching its DigitalLife home security system in San Diego and five other markets.  Release.

> Apple's share buyback program is bigger than expected. Article.

> Google has reportedly shown off another home entertainment device similar to a set-top box that is powered by Android. Article. (sub. req.)

> Softbank President Masayoshi Son asked a Japanese council to reconsider a recommendation that KDDI be awarded new wireless spectrum. Article.

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> Zynga said it won't pursue a license for real-money gaming in the United States, and will instead refocus on its existing free-to-play social gaming business.  Article.

> Visa announced that 90 U.S. banks, including Bank of America, PNC Bank, BBVA Compass and others, now support its digital wallet service.  Article.

> Gameloft reported sales in the second quarter grew 10 percent year-over-year to $73 million, and that 125 million people across the world played one of the company's games during the past month.  Article.

And finally… Cowboys Stadium is being renamed AT&T Stadium. Article

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