Bike manufacturer offers wireless shifting; Most US mobile users satisfied with carriers

More wireless news from across the web:

> A bike manufacturer has begun offering wireless, electronic shifting. New York Times article

> Most mobile phone users in the U.S. are satisfied with their wireless carriers, a Market Force Research survey found. eMarketer article

Mobile Developer News

> The top 5 features in Android's Nougat update that developers should know. Article

> Nintendo is ramping up its smart device development team. Article

Telecom News

> Verizon said it is hoping to work with its suppliers, rather than hire additional workers, on the transition to virtualized networks – as long as those suppliers can make the move simple and cheap. Article

Cable News

> Roku has pushed back against the cable industry's alternative "Ditch the Box" plan in a recent FCC meeting. Article

And finally… Angry Birds developer Rovio dumps Windows Phone. Phone Arena article

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