Boingo acquires AWG; Google offers Wallet to iOS

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> Boingo Wireless is expanding into additional U.S. airports thanks to its acquisition of Advanced Wireless Group. Article

> Top British cable operator Virgin Media said Thursday that it plans to eliminate 600 management positions in the next 90 days as it looks to cut costs following its acquisition by John Malone's Liberty Global. Article

> Allstream, a Canadian service provider focused on business services, is now offering its Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking service out of 1,000 telephone exchanges. Article

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> Apple confirmed it is working to resolve a security vulnerability in its new iOS 7 mobile operating system update enabling anyone to bypass the device lockscreen to access photos, email, social media accounts and other personal data. Article

> Google is making its Quickoffice productivity application available free to all users across the Android and iOS mobile platforms. Article

> Google is expanding its Wallet mobile commerce platform to archrival Apple's iOS days after eliminating a requirement that compatible devices must contain a Near Field Communications chip with a secure element. iOS does not support NFC-based technologies. Article

And finally… Microsoft Steve Ballmer's greatest regret? Missing out on "the new device called the phone." Article

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