Apple reportedly planning to launch TV service in the fall; AT&T to sell Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

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> Apple is reportedly planning to launch a streaming TV service this fall. Article

> Voxox said its wholesale SMS delivery service has tripled in volume since the same time last year. Release

> Sprint will use software from Pega Marketing to "innovate and improve the customer experience for Sprint customers online, on the phone or in retail stores." Release

> Samsung is combining its business-to-business units under the "Business" banner. Article

> Sony raised its financial guidance for the third quarter. Article

> AT&T Mobility will start selling the Galaxy S5 Mini on March 20. Article

> Sprint is selling the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 for a combined $100 with a service plan. Article

> China's Xiaomi is reportedly developing a smart watch. Article

> Magic Leap, which is reportedly developing breakthrough 3D viewing technology, has mysteriously canceled planned public appearances by executives. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Some developers are in for a surprise due to the costs of developing enterprise apps versus consumer apps. Feature

> WhatsApp is taking an all-too-familiar approach to third-party client apps. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> It's been hardly a week since the FCC released its net neutrality order that reclassifies ISPs under Title II of the Communications Act, and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is now on the Congressional hot seat whether President Barack Obama drove the commission to make this new regulatory move. Article

> Wireless technology may offer a number of great advantages in terms of ease of use and convenience, but a new study conducted by NTCA and Vantage Point Solutions reveals that wireless technologies are a complement rather than a replacement. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network continues the quick buildout of its over-the-top pay-TV service, Sling TV, adding Xbox One compatibility as well as the A+E Networks stable of cable channels. Article

> Cablevision has become the first MVPD to embrace HBO's new a la carte streaming product, offering HBO Now to its Optimum broadband customers as an integrated service. Article

And finally… Neptune is building a smart watch that will power phones, tablets, TVs and more. Article

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