Army reportedly dumping Android for iPhones; Nintendo's value doubles following Pokémon Go release

More wireless news from across the web:

> The U.S. Army is reportedly planning to replace its Android tactical smartphones for the Apple iPhone 6s. Phone Arena article

> The Samsung Gear S2 began supporting Samsung Pay today. Droid Life article

> Nintendo's market value has doubled since it released Pokémon Go. iMore article

> For the first time, China has surpassed the U.S. in iOS game revenue. VentureBeat article

Mobile Developer News

> Pokémon Go is generating over $2M a day. What can it teach us? Article

> Rumors have continued to indicate a September arrival date for the Apple Watch 2. Article

Telecom News

> Enginuity Communications has acquired Pulse Communications assets in a deal that will broaden its Ethernet and SONET product portfolios. Article

Cable News

> Comcast has deployed a mobile public Wi-Fi van called Xfinity Wi-Fi on Wheels. Article

And finally… MGM is targeting gamblers on their phones. Forbes article

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