Apple's iOS 7.1 most stable, report finds; Google reportedly requiring Android logo

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> The head of Samsung's mobile business, J.K. Shin, received a $5.8 million compensation package last year. Article

> Google is reportedly demanding an Android logo on device bootup screens. Article

> According to a new report, apps are least likely to crash on Apple's iOS 7.1. Article

> BlackBerry won a court ruling against Typo, which is backed by Ryan Seacrest. Article

> HTC added the Dot View to the Google app store. Article

Wireless Tech News

> LTE is gaining traction as an alternative to proprietary, on-off communications used by military organizations worldwide, according to a report from SNS Research. Article

> Aerohive's IPO is putting a spotlight on Wi-Fi as a service. Article

Telecom News

> Arista Networks, an emerging switching vendor focused on large data center and computing environment opportunities, filed papers to conduct an initial public offering to raise up to $200 million, reports Reuters. Article

> Telekom Austria has completed a test of 400G between Zagreb in Croatia and Ljubljana in Slovenia using Alcatel-Lucent equipment over its existing fiber facilities. Article

Cable News

> Walt Disney Co. plans to rely mostly on Internet-connected TVs from Samsung and LG to distribute a new Disney Parks app that is designed to promote Walt Disney World, Disneyland and other resorts. Article

European Wireless News

> Regulators in Europe are poised to vote on net neutrality. Article

> Austrian state holding company ÖIAG received the go ahead to negotiate a shareholder agreement with América Móvil for Telekom Austria. The move could see the Carlos Slim-owned company gain more influence over the European operator. Article

> The Kenyan telecoms regulator approved the sale of Essar Telecom Kenya to Vodafone unit Safaricom and Airtel Kenya, although it said any deal would be subject to the two companies meeting certain conditions. Article

And finally… What phones do world leaders use? Article

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