Apple's used phones not welcome in India; Fiksu: iOS app users cost less now

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Indian regulators won't let Apple sell used iPhone in the country. 9to5Mac article

> Apple and Google are preparing for a battle in the mobile search space. TNW article

> Fiksu said the cost of acquiring an iOS app user fell slightly from February to March, to $3.21. SocialTimes article

> Google updated its Keyboard app. Android Police article

Mobile Developer News

> Will the Fabric mission control dashboard build or demolish Twitter's relationship with developers? Editor's Corner

> There has been minimal interest in a "smartwatch-first" approach among developers. Feature

Telecom News

> Frontier Communications is moving ahead with its integration of the Verizon properties it purchased in California, Florida and Texas, but that process will result in some near-term dips in broadband additions. Article

> USA Fiber has put the final touches on its Ashburn Ring Conduit System, a 7.3-mile network targeting the needs of the Ashburn, Va., data center market. Article

Cable News

> Mediacom reported largely flat customer metrics in the first quarter, but did increase quarterly revenue by 5.9 percent to $444.8 million. Article

> When asked if their leased HD set-top is a waste of their hard-earned money, only 20 percent of pay-TV users polled by Leichtman Research said yes, while more than twice as many, 44 percent, disagreed. Article

And finally… GoPro is facing a problem: smartphones. Article

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