AT&T teams with Nokia for private LTE network for utilities; Verizon to test SpiderCloud's LTE-U system

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Comcast said its free, in-stadium Wi-Fi service in Levi's Stadium during the Super Bowl transmitted 10 terabytes of data on game day. CED article

> The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL smartphone running Windows 10 is now on T-Mobile's website. PhoneScoop article

> Yelp's mobile revenues are slowing. Forbes article

> Facebook is reportedly patenting millimeter-wave technology that could be used for a wireless network. Verge article

> Verizon will trial SpiderCloud's LTE-U system in the third quarter of 2016. Release

> ARM plans to sell technology for driverless cars. CNBC article

> Annova said it purchased some assets from AOptix Technologies. LightReading article

> AT&T announced a deal with Nokia through which it will offer a private LTE network to U.S. utilities. BidnessETC article

> Android founder Andy Rubin said he is working on a camera for installation into users' cars. Verge article

Telecom News

> Google Fiber is finally providing details about how it will price its 1 Gbps FTTH service in Atlanta, while adding some new elements to its broadband roster. Article

> Calix is anticipating that the Tier 1 and Tier 2 service providers that have accepted funds from the FCC's CAF-II program have started to see some spending activity amongst its largest customers as they begin network builds to bring broadband to rural areas of their footprints. Article

Online Video News

> StreamNation, a service that enables subscribers to stream their personal and owned videos and music directly from its cloud-based storage facilities, announced that it will shut down operations on March 8, leaving subscribers just four weeks to shift or download their media files. Article

Installer News

> Charter Communications said that more than 95 percent of its truck rolls are now being handled in-house, a strategy that is improving churn and other metrics. Article

> The final whistle in Super Bowl 50 blew less than a week ago but Verizon is already six months into its preparations for next year's big game, to be held at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Article

European Wireless News

> Ericsson said Netherlands-based operator KPN inaugurated a C-RAN small cell in an Amsterdam bus stop that will offer subscribers seamless coverage when moving in and out of the cell's coverage area. Article

Cable News

> After declining by around 7.2 million subscribers over the last three years, ESPN's audience erosion has abated, at least for now, said Bob Iger, CEO of parent corporation, the Walt Disney Company. Article

And finally… FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has had trouble with his own cable service. Article