Apple looking into possible Bluetooth glitch; Nintendo's first mobile game rakes it in

More wireless news from across the web:

> Apple is looking into reports of a Bluetooth glitch in the iPhone SE. Phone Arena article

> Millennials prefer shorter mobile videos than older users do. AdWeek article

> Huawei touts 4.5G capabilities as a stepping stone to 5G. WirelessWeek story

> Nintendo's first mobile game is making roughly $280,000 a week. SurveyMonkey post

Mobile Developer News

> Build with Square's goal is to help empower sellers to attract developers' attention. Article

> Half of all mobile game revenue reportedly comes from just 2 percent of players. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T locks in two-year pricing on triple play bundles. Article

Cable News

> DirecTV will show 25 Major League Baseball games in 4K this year. Article

And finally… New research finds that the average mobile ad takes five seconds to load. Article

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