Best Buy offers iPhone 6s for $1; Google cuts price of Nexus 6P for holiday promotion

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Best Buy is going to offer the 16 GB iPhone 6s for $1 (normally $199 with a contract) for both Sprint and Verizon. 9to5mac article

> Sony is looking at sulphur as a way to boost rechargeable battery life.  PhoneScoop article

> Apple has released a beta version of iOS 9.2.1 to public testers. PhoneScoop article

> MetroPCS is offering unlimited talk, text and data in Canada and Mexico for a $5 monthly upcharge. RCRWireless article

> Google is cutting the price on its new Nexus 6P smartphone by $50 as part of a holiday promotion.  CNET article

Telecom News

> Windstream launches its 1 Gbps FTTH trial in Lexington, Ky., marking the first step of its plans to launch the service in five markets during the first half of 2016. Article

> Comcast Business will provide the Sacramento Kings basketball team with a 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100 GbE). Article

Cable News

> A federal judge in Virginia has ruled that Cox Communications must pay $25 million to music labels for willfully letting its customers pirate songs. Article

> Charter Communications has a new low-cost broadband plan that will cost $14.99 per month and provide qualifying subscribers with 30 Mbps downstream and 4 Mbps upstream speeds. Article 

And finally … 60 Minutes goes inside Apple Headquarters … Article

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