Facebook's mobile ad revenue jumps 76 percent; Qualcomm will pay $19.5M to settle claims of bias against women

More wireless news from across the web:

> Facebook posted an impressive Q2 earnings report, with mobile ad revenue jumping up 76 percent over last year. The company also announced it has reached 1.71 billion users. Tech Crunch article

> Deutsche Telekom called on the Broadband Forum to "collaborate on 'true convergence' of mobile and fixed networks to unlock full potential of 5G." Release

> Qualcomm will pay out $19.5 million to settle thousands of claims of bias against women. Wall Street Journal article

Telecom News

> Comcast Business' dominant revenue source may still be from small businesses customers, but the division is seeing new growth from mid-sized and large businesses. During the second quarter, the unit reported that revenue overall rose 17 percent to $1.4 billion. Article

Wireless Tech News

> When it comes to Facebook's Telecom Infra Project (TIP) that the social networking giant launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, it appears that the biggest U.S. wireless carriers are just not that into it. Article

Cable News

> Arris reported its biggest revenue quarter ever yesterday, taking $1.73 billion in sales in the second quarter, a 37.3 percent year over year increase. Stanzione partially credited Pokémon for the successful quarter. Article

And finally… LG posted record profits in Q2 despite a $136 million loss in its mobile business. ZDNet article

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