Apple takes Chinese tastes into account for product design; Juniper, Ruckus strike deal for enterprise networks

Wireless news from across the Web.

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> C Spire Wireless is hoping to buy some lower 700 MHz C Block spectrum from Waller Wireless. PhoneScoop article

> Sony made it possible for developers to test Android M on some of its Xperia-branded smartphones. PhoneScoop article

> Juniper Networks and Ruckus Wireless struck a deal to bring "open" wired and wireless platforms across the enterprise, government and education sectors. MarketWatch release

> Apple is reportedly working on a new iPhone design that would get rid of the physical home button. Business Insider article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company takes Chinese consumer tastes into account when it designs many of its products. Bloomberg article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission staff is recommending that Samsung Electronics and Qualcomm be cleared of patent-infringement accusations brought by Nvidia, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. Bloomberg article

Mobile Developer News

> Who is "Peter," and why are so many developers blaming him for app failures? Editor's Corner

> Less than a year after it officially came out of beta, Google said Android Studio 1.3 is essentially a new version of its integrated development environment (IDE) that includes built-in support for Google's Native Development Kit (NDK). Article

Cable News

> The American Cable Association and the National Cable & Telecommunications Association have asked the FCC to increase the amount of fees that satellite providers must pay per subscriber. Article

> The Tennis Channel inked a multi-year deal with NeuLion so it can expand its Tennis Channel Everywhere and Tennis Channel Plus streaming offerings to more platforms and markets. Article

Telecom News

> Verizon has proposed a new three-year contract with 38,000 union wireline employees represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) it says will offer wage increases during the period. Article

> Verizon and Sprint's ongoing move to small cells could provide a potential wireless backhaul windfall to Lumos Networks, a telco that's been aggressively expanding its fiber network in Virginia and Pennsylvania. Article

And finally… This 2-year-old became a Yelp celebrity, and now his family eats all over New York City for free. Article