Apple files with court against back door into iPhone; iPhone SE reportedly will feature 4-inch screen

More wireless news from across the Web:

> The Univision Mobile MVNO, powered by T-Mobile and reportedly managed by Ultra Mobile, is tweaking its pricing plans. Prepaid Phone News article

> Apple will reportedly call its rumored 4-inch iPhone the "iPhone SE." 9to5Mac article

> Facebook expanded its live streaming service to more countries via its Android app. Release

> Intel and Samsung are positioned to compete against each other directly. Bloomberg article

> Google and Vizio are teaming to build a TV with built-in streaming capabilities. CED article

> Foxconn executives reportedly "went berserk" when they discovered Sharp's potential liabilities shortly after the company's agreed to Foxconn's now-delayed purchase of Sharp. 9to5Mac article

> Apple filed a motion opposing a court order that would require it to unlock an iPhone for law enforcement; companies including Microsoft and Facebook are reportedly planning to back the company's action. WSJ article

> According to ABI Research, close to 350 million smartphones shipped last year with carrier aggregation technology, or 23 percent of all the shipments during the period. Cellular News article

> Smartphone makers are looking at additional computing devices for more revenues. WSJ article

> Presidential candidates Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are supporting a bill that would essentially reject the FCC's net neutrality guidelines. Multichannel News article

> Google's Project Loon showed off a 55-foot crane that can launch a balloon in under 30 minutes. Engadget article

Telecom News

> Consolidated Communications is staying on pace with cable in the broadband race as it extends higher speed broadband tiers to more of its customer base. Article

European Wireless News

> Ericsson said the availability of Wi-Fi calling compatible mobile devices will be boosted by a collaboration with Taiwan-headquartered chipset vendor MediaTek. Article

Cable News

> Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joined Al Franken and three other U.S. Senators in expressing concern over possible "duopoly" control implications relating to Charter Communications' proposed purchases of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Article

And finally… Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is taking aim at Facebook employees who are defacing the "Black Lives Matter" campaign. Article