Apple recalls some power adapters; Nintendo reportedly prepping to release handheld gadget

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Apple is recalling some of its power adapters. Pocket-lint article

> Some TalkTalk call center representatives were arrested for leaking out customers' data. Engadget article

> Pandora tweaked its iOS app to improve song recommendations. Engadget article

> Nintendo is reportedly planning to release a new handheld gaming device this year. BGR article

> Twitter is reportedly trying to hire Apple's communications executive Natalie Kerris. iMore article

Telecom News

> Sprint's thirst for dark fiber-based small cell backhaul could spell opportunity for Zayo, Level 3 and others. Editor's Corner

Wireless Tech News

> Nokia is working to leverage the expertise of its recently acquired Alcatel-Lucent business in the cable and Wi-Fi markets. Article

> Verizon and AT&T invested heavily in distributed antenna systems (DAS), small cells and cell on wheels (COWs) to make sure their networks can handle what comes on Feb. 7 when an estimated 75,000 football fans convene in the San Francisco metro area for Super Bowl 50. Article

Cable News

> Unhappy with what they see as an "obscure" proposal from FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler that sounds an awful lot like the "AllVid" scheme they've been stridently resisting for months, the pay-TV industry united Wednesday in a rhetorical show of strength. Article

> Time Warner Cable Chairman and CEO Rob Marcus said 20 percent of his company's customers are already using multiscreen apps to watch programming on myriad third-party devices in the home. Article

And finally… Dennis Rodman will appear next to strippers at "Wing Bowl 24." Article

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