AT&T reiterates support for LAA and LTE-U; Microsoft to pre-install Office apps on Asus Android devices

More wireless news from across the Web:

> AT&T reiterated its support for LAA and LTE-U technologies. Post

> Asus agreed to install some Microsoft Office apps on its Android devices, per a new licensing agreement between the two companies. Verge article

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler noted again his agency's plans to improve the spectrum situation for 5G. Post

> Amazon said it will no longer sell Apple's TV product or Google's Chromecast. Variety article

> Samsung announced Samsung Kids, "a new service that offers parents and their children a library of top quality educational content that evolves as a child ages." The offering runs on Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 3 Lite tablet bundled with a "kid-safe bumper." Release

> InterDigital announced its Convida Wireless joint venture with Sony will expand beyond the Internet of Things and into 5G. Release

> Chip maker AMD will cut around 5 percent of its workers. WSJ article

> CTIA announced further efforts to prevent the sale of stolen cell phones. Post

> An "AirPod" trademark filing by Apple could hint at the company's forthcoming wireless headphones. MacRumors article

Telecom News

> AT&T has added managed service as the latest feature of its on-demand service capability, giving business customers an option to adjust and add network capabilities as needed. Article

> Comcast Business has introduced its Voice Mobility product, a new phone line that includes a mobile app that allows employees to continue to get messages and calls if they are not at their desk or are on the road. Article

Cable News

> Cablevision and Verizon have settled litigation over an advertising war in which each operator disparaged the other's Internet speed offerings. Article

> A 10-month stay has been lifted in 21st Century Fox's court battle with Dish Network over the AutoHop DVR feature, after the two sides failed to come to terms on a new retransmission licensing deal for the Fox Broadcasting Network. Article

And finally… FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai blasted the FCC for reportedly preparing to conduct a "goodwill" tour among Wall Street executives. Letter