Apple to pay $25M in Siri patent settlement; Huawei plans $2B bond offering

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Huawei plans to raise $2 billion in a new bond offering. Wall Street Journal article

> New beacon efforts don't require users to download apps. Marketing Land report

> Apple will pay $25 million to settle a patent lawsuit regarding Siri technology. Albany Business Review article

> Cricket will start selling the Lumia 650 next month. Phonedog article

> Apple reportedly refused a request from China to share its source code. Reuters report

Telecom News

> Would-be customers of Verizon's FiOS are concerned the strike will delay their service. Article

Online Video News

> V-Nova touted its Perseus compression solution. Article

Installer News

> AT&T and Mobilitie are teaming to boost network capacity at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby. Article

European Wireless News

> The European Commission called on standards bodies to prioritize 5G, cloud computing and other segments. Article

Cable News

> Shares of Viacom plunged after it warned of a potential Dish Network blackout. Article

And finally… Snapchat is accused of using a racially insensitive filter. Article

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