AT&T's BOGO heads to G5; Juniper: app advertising to reach $44B

More wireless news from across the Web:

> AT&T's buy-one, get-one offer is now applicable to the new LG G5 smartphone. Phandroid article

> Bloomberg offers a look at the ongoing battle between Apple and the FBI over back-door access to the iPhone. Bloomberg article

> A number of new outlets will be liveblogging Apple's media announcement today. FierceWireless will cover the event here.

> Juniper Research predicted that app advertising using context and location targeting will exceed $44 billion by 2020. Article

Telecom News

> CenturyLink may be mulling the future of its data center business with a possible sale, but the telco's move to expand capacity in 8 centers shows that it still sees value in these assets. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Cisco is partnering with Parallel Wireless on a deploy-it-yourself kit to help mission-critical public safety agencies deploy Band 14 tactical operations. Article

> Experts in the computing industry for a while now have advised against using the old five-nines reliability standard that historically characterized the telecom industry, and Facebook is no exception. Article

European Wireless News

> Telecom Italia said on Monday it is in "advanced negotiations" over the resignation of Marco Patuano, although the CEO has not yet submitted his resignation. Article

> Nokia won a contract to deploy a 5G-ready network in Dubai to provide mission-critical smart city and Internet of Things (IoT) services to a range of government departments. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network notified the FCC last week that it will indeed seek binding arbitration to end a negotiating impasse with NBCUniversal on a new, broad-reaching broadcast retransmission and cable programming carriage agreement. Article

And finally… I lost a weekend playing Miitomo, Nintendo's first smartphone game. Article