China's currency move could make iPhone more expensive; T-Mobile appears to be deploying more 700 MHz

More wireless news from across the Web:

> China's move to devalue its currency could increase the cost of the Apple iPhone and other, similar products there. WSJ article

> Huawei said it will soon release its smart watch in the United States. TechnoBuffalo article

> According to reports, T-Mobile appears to be deploying 700 MHz services in locations in Indiana, Missouri and Pennsylvania. TMoNews article

> Google announced a new 3D rendering API for Android called Vulkan, likely in a move to improve mobile games on Android. Phone Scoop article

> Details of Samsung's reported Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ phones appear to have leaked on the web. Business Insider article

> Alcatel will release its Idol 3 smartphone in the United States. Phone Scoop article

> Viber's CEO said the company currently counts 600 million users. Tech.eu article

> Telekom Albania launched Rich Communications Services (RCS) via Jibe Mobile's IP Communications Cloud. Release

> A new job posting from Google indicates the company may be interested in self-optimizing network (SON) technology. Light Reading article

Mobile Developer News

> NetEase discusses the details of its fund to offer up to $500K for mobile game developers. Hot Seat

> Apple TV could create new opportunities for mobile app developers. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> Phone Recovery Systems filed a lawsuit in Massachusetts against Verizon Communications, Comcast and other phone companies claiming that the firms have failed to pay the state $214 million in fees to support the 911 system. Article

Cable News

> The notion that less people are watching TV, specifically millennial-age viewers, is a "myth," according to CBS Corp. Chief Research Officer David Poltrack. Article

And finally… Twitter inked a deal with the NFL. Article

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