Facebook expands Like buttons; Polls says Americans support Apple in FBI battle

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Facebook rolls out expanded Like buttons worldwide. The Verge article

> Microsoft Hub keyboard brings app content sharing to Android. Thurrott piece

> WordPress sites now support AMP to make mobile pages load much faster. TechCrunch story

> New poll suggests nearly half of Americans support Apple in its fight with the FBI. The Verge article

Telecom News

> Google Fiber contractors generate hundreds of complaints from Austin residents. Article

Online Video News

> IneoQuest looks to catch early NFV wave with new video QoS solutions. Article

Installer News

> EarthLink is seeing basic fundamentals like best practices around network installation paying off. Article

Cable News

> Verizon and ESPN move closer to settling skinny bundling lawsuit. Article

And finally… Mobile phone use is "linked to poor sperm quality." Article

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