Couple sues Apple for $5M over Wi-Fi Assist feature; AT&T, T-Mobile to launch LG V10 this week

More wireless news from across the Web:

> A Florida couple is suing Apple for $5 million, alleging the company is misleading consumers about the data charges customers will use via the Wi-Fi Assist feature in iOS 9. Re/code article

> Sony is reportedly in talks with Toshiba to acquire its image sensor business for around $165 million. Bloomberg article

> AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile US plan to launch the flagship LG V10 smartphone this week. PhoneScoop article

> AT&T is launching the LG G Vista 2 exclusively on Nov. 6. Release

> Nest founder Tony Fadell said he left Apple in part because of the effect the job was having on his son. The Guardian article

> American military and intelligence officials are becoming increasingly concerned that Russian submarines and spy ships are aggressively operating near the vital undersea cables that carry almost all global Internet communications. New York Times article

> Radisys and InterDigital have demonstrated interoperability between a Radisys end-to-end LTE network with InterDigital's oneMPOWER Platform. Release

Wireless Tech News

> Following rival AT&T, Verizon is now asking the FCC for a waiver of text telephony (TTY)-related requirements for its IP-enabled wireless services, and it wants the same conditions granted to AT&T. Article

> Boingo Wireless continues to conduct Next-Generation Hotspot (NGH) Phase 3 trials as part of the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) program, with multiple carriers, equipment providers and device OEMs participating. Article

European Wireless News

> Ofcom confirmed plans to release new airwaves that could be used to meet the growing demand for mobile broadband services, setting a total reserve price of £70 million (€97 million/$107 million) and targeting early 2016 for the auction process. Article

> Deutsche Telekom said a cooperation agreement with Huawei will allow it to compete head on with U.S. service providers including Amazon in the field of public cloud services. Article

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable is reportedly joining the ranks of cable companies that are testing streaming-only video services. Article

> Dish Network announced pay-TV's first programmatic ad exchange for linear television. Article

Telecom News

> Frontier may not have followed cable operators like Comcast or its fellow ILECs AT&T and CenturyLink in implementing usage-based billing on its broadband subscriber base, but it isn't ruling it out either. Article

> Charter Communications gained approval of the Louisville, Ky., Metro Council to take over Time Warner Cable's franchise there by making three key concessions: increase base Internet speeds, offer free Wi-Fi and provide 1 Gbps service. Article

And finally… The new Steve Jobs biopic bombed at the box office. Article