AT&T looks to bring DirecTV to cars; PayPal to kill apps for Windows Phone and Amazon Fire

More wireless news from across the Web:

> AT&T is looking to bring DirecTV to cars. Washington Post article

> Lenovo concedes the Motorola integration "did not meet expectations." TheVerge report

> PayPal will kill its apps for Amazon Fire, BlackBerry and Windows Phone. TechTimes story

> Facebook is dumping its web-based ad exchange to go all-in on mobile. TechCrunch article

Telecom News

> Viptela, which provides SDN-WAN technology to Verizon and Singtel, raised $75 million in a Series C round. Article

Wireless Tech News

> The CTO of NTT DoCoMo tried to dispel some myths surrounding 5G in a keynote address. Article

Cable News

> A GOP-controlled House committee is working to gut the FCC's authority and kill proposed new regulations on set-tops. Article

And finally… Prisoners in Scotland figured out how to defeat authorities' phone-blocking technologies. Article

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