AT&T's top exec in Mexico bemoans America Movil's power; Magic Leap raises $793.5M

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Google is offering a trivia button on its 3D Touch-enabled iOS app. TechCrunch article

> Secretive startup Magic Leap raised $793.5 million in funding from the likes of Warner Bros., Alibaba and others. Variety article

> Mosaik, which offers wireless coverage data, acquired Sensorly. VentureBeat article

> Intel and Qualcomm Atheros said they are working toward interoperability between the companies' respective 802.11ad WiGig solutions. Post

> Nintendo promised that one of its popular video game characters would be used in an upcoming smartphone game from the company. WSJ article

> Thaddeus Arroyo, AT&T's top executive in Mexico, said the country's new telecommunications laws have done little to impact the influence of Carlos Slim's America Movil. Bloomberg article

> According to 9to5Mac, Apple will announce a new Apple Watch alongside the new iPad Air 3 and iPhone 5se at a March 15 event. 9to5Mac article

> Evernote plans to stop selling notebooks, scanners and socks. Engadget article

Mobile Developer News

> Meet Daniel Kobialka, the new editor of FierceDeveloper. Editor's Corner

> What should mobile app developers look for in an app development bootcamp? Feature

> Fueled tops GoodFirms' list of top app development companies. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> CenturyLink and Verizon have fired the latest salvos in the special access saga, claiming that the FCC should refrain from re-regulating the special access market due to the growth of competitive service options from cable providers and CLECs. Article

> EarthLink is selling off its IT services business to Synoptek for $29 million and turning its focus toward its core wholesale carrier and enterprise business services units. Article

Cable News

> Huawei said it is partnering with Tele Denmark Communications (TDC) to deploy DOCSIS 3.1-powered 1 Gbps service across TDC's coax network. Article

> Comcast rolled out its DOCSIS 3.1-powered gigabit network in Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Miami and Nashville. Article

And finally… T-Mobile's ads for the Super Bowl will feature Drake and his song Hotline Bling. Video