Boingo outs tiered pricing for Wi-Fi at some airports; Ford and Google reportedly in talks for self-driving cars

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> Boingo Wireless introduced tiered speed options in its Wi-Fi Internet service at several U.S. airports. Bidness Etc article

> LG said its webOS platform for TVs will allow users to connect their smartphone to their TV. Phone Scoop article

> Ford is reportedly in talks with Google for self-driving cars. Reuters article

> Microsoft's Cortana is missing in action on Android. Engadget article

Mobile Developer News

> What I learned by editing FierceDeveloper. Editor's Corner

> Mobile game developers have all kinds of heroes and role models who have shown them how to be successful, but Lasse Seppänen may be one of the first to publicly salute the founder of Coca-Cola, John Pemberton, as an inspiration. Feature

Telecom News

> ShoreTel is acquiring Corvisa, a provider of cloud-based communications solutions for $8.5 million, enhancing its unified communications capabilities. Article

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable is continuing what has become a holiday tradition in the pay-TV business: raising rates for the following year. Article

> Altice NV has announced its U.S. management team in the wake of the regulatory closure of its $9.1 billion purchase of Suddenlink Communications. Article

And finally… Morgan Stanley believes Comcast will grow its video subscriber base next year. Article

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