AT&T's Cricket to sell Lumia 1320 for $229.99 after rebate; Amazon integrates Audible into Kindle

Quick news from around the Web.

> RadioShack's losses continue to widen. Article

> Amtrak is working on ways to speed up the Wi-Fi service it offers on its trains. Article

> AT&T is working with multiple cable companies to test DOCSIS backhaul. Article

> ZTE is hoping to hire workers from BlackBerry and Motorola. Article

> Apple's iOS 8 reportedly will support split-screen app functions. Article

> Apple is reportedly rejecting apps that feature rewards for viewing videos. Article

> AT&T's Cricket Wireless prepaid brand said it will sell the Nokia Lumia 1320 for $229.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate with a Cricket Visa promotion card. Release

> Amazon announced that it integrated Audible audio books into its Kindle service. Release

> Motorola sold out of its limited "try then buy" Moto X promotion. Article

> Microsoft said it will offer a refreshed version of its Skype application for iPhones. Article

> David Marcus, the head of eBay's PayPal business, is moving to head up Facebook's Messenger application. Article

Mobile Developer News

> How can developers make use of Apple's new Swift programming language? Editor's Corner

> Samsung's new Tizen-powered Z smartphone might not be enough to sway developers to the platform. Article

Telecom News

> Private equity firm Tower Three Partners LLC has completed its acquisition of regional provider NTS, which will become a privately held company and a Tower Three affiliate. Article

> Residences' move from viewing broadcast TV to Internet TV and businesses' pervasive use of rich multimedia content and cloud services are forcing service providers to re-architect their metro networks. Industry Voices

Cable News

> Looking to do some last-minute campaign managing as the U.S. Supreme Court decides the fate of its business model, Aereo debuted a video on its YouTube channel Monday that outlines how the company has "reinvented TV antennas" and lets users access them "from the cloud." Article

> It's no surprise that video makes up the majority of traffic on both wired and wireless networks, but according to the latest Cisco Visual Networking Index, 79 percent of all IP traffic on the network will be video by 2018 and 52 percent of that video traffic will be HD video. Article

And finally… Queen Latifah is joining #CricketNation. Release