Best Buy to sell Apple Watch; Motorola could be gearing to release new Moto G

More wireless news from across the Web:

> According to new research from Google, mobile users don't like interstitial ads. TechCrunch article

> Based on a new leak, Motorola appears to be preparing a new version of the Moto G that offers up to 2 GB of RAM. Android Police article

> Mobile advertising company InMobi, which boasts backing from SoftBank, said it inked a partnership with Samsung Electronics. Bloomberg article

> Samsung is showing off a computer monitor that can charge a user's phone. VentureBeat article

> The Apple Watch will soon be available to purchase in Best Buy. Verge article

> Qualcomm said Sunil Lalvani will head its Indian business following the departure of Avneesh Agrawal. Release

Telecom News

> TDS Telecom is anxious to get more of its business customers to subscribe to its growing managedIP service and is offering businesses that buy a Polycom VVX500 phone to use with their managed service a second phone for a penny. Article

Wireless Tech News

> A new Verizon patent document outlined a method of providing QoS based on bandwidth. Article

> Operators and vendors are adjusting to SDN and NFV. Editor's Corner

European Wireless News

> EE returned to operating revenue growth in the second quarter. Article

Cable News

> Disney's CEO said that ESPN may eventually be offered on an a la carte basis. Article

And finally… Google is removing the requirement that new users create a Google+ account to use the company's services. Post

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