Apple prepping fix for iPhone glitch; South Korean wireless carriers move toward 300 Mbps

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> Apple is preparing to release a software fix for a glitch affecting the iPhone's screen. Article

> Beats Audio is not currently accepting new users. Article

> A former Foxconn worker is currently being held in a bribery investigation. Article

> AT&T reported a $7.6 billion gain on pensions and benefits. Article

> Apple is reportedly hiring experts in blood monitoring, possibly for its rumored iWatch. Article

> An independent federal watchdog group has concluded that the NSA's collection of phone records is illegal. Article

> In South Korea, wireless speeds are reaching 300 Mbps. Article

Wireless Tech News

> The Open Networking Foundation is envisioning a more wireless-friendly OpenFlow. Editor's Corner

> A group of cable companies is disputing Globalstar's arguments against freeing the 5.1 GHz band for Wi-Fi. Article

Telecom News

> BT and vendor partner Alcatel-Lucent pushed the boundaries of existing fiber by delivering speeds of 1.4 Tbps with spectral efficiency of 5.7 bits per second per Hertz during a recent trial. Article

> CenturyLink is expanding its cloud services to small- and medium-sized businesses. Article

Cable News

> The Weather Channel is taking its fight to restore distribution on DirecTV to the board of directors of the top satellite TV provider. Article

And finally… Should you be concerned about the FCC and net neutrality? Article

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