DataXoom adds AT&T services; 75% of Twitters ad revenues come from mobile

Quick news from around the Web.

> AT&T Mobility boasted of receiving high marks in a J.D. Power survey on customer care. Release

> AT&T took a stand against Russia's anti-gay policies ahead of the start of the winter Olympics. Article

> Samsung inked another patent-licensing agreement, this time with Cisco. Post

> DataXoom said it will now resell wireless data services from AT&T. Release

> Twitter reported that fully 75 percent of its advertising revenues came from mobile, but investors punished the company for signs of slowing user growth. Article

> Apple pulled a Bitcoin app from its store. Article

> BlackBerry updated its BBM app for iOS and Android to add a feature that allows users to find other friends on the service. Article

> Investigators in India are investigating reports of Huawei hacking into the state's carrier network. Article

> Amazon acquired gaming company Double Helix, an action that some see as an indication that Amazon is planning a push into gaming. Article

> A judge has declared a mistrial in a patent battle between Google and Intellectual Ventures. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Devicescape, provider of a virtualized carrier Wi-Fi network, aims to attract telecom operators with a major overhaul to its Wi-Fi service platform that includes a new suite of access, engagement and insight services. Article

> Taqua's new voice over Wi-Fi system is being rolled out by Tier 1 U.S. carrier. Article

> Ericsson is a big believer in software-defined networking and is putting its money where its vision is, launching the OpenDaylight Community Lab to accelerate the availability of SDN-based applications. Article

Telecom News

> SaskTel has taken another step to connect more rural communities to broadband, announcing that it will start offering up to 10 Mbps DSL service in 21 new communities. Article

Cable News

> Cable One said that it hiked the monthly subscription fees on its programming packages in January by $5, telling subscribers that it needs to collect more money to cover its programming costs. Article

> CBS Corp. has struck a deal with the National Football League which will see it produce eight Thursday-night NFL games that will run on both CBS and the league's NFL Network. Article

And finally… Tracking your life, one quiz at a time. Article