Facebook testing Sponsored Messages; Logitech buys Jaybird for $50M

More wireless news from across the web:

> Facebook is testing 'Sponsored Messages' with advertisers. TechCrunch article

> Logitech acquires Bluetooth equipment manufacturer Jaybird for $50 million. MobileSyrup report

> Some small businesses still don't have a mobile website. eMarketer article

> Mobile gaming company Gree raises $12 million for virtual reality. Fortune story

Telecom News

> Verizon's 40,000-member wireline workforce goes on strike. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix's original content spending may be paying off as it trumps HBO in viewer survey. Article

European Wireless News

> ABI Research predicts the global 5G service market to reach $247 billion in 2025. Article

Cable News

> Sling TV is testing a service that enables users to stream three different devices simultaneously. Article

And finally… Mobile payments will finally come to the New York subway by 2021. Article

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