FCC's incentive auction still scheduled for March 29; Windows 10 Mobile released for most older phones

More wireless news from across the Web:

> The FCC reiterated that the incentive auction of TV broadcasters' spectrum will start March 29, despite a court ruling on the topic. B&C article

> Strategy Analytics predicted Sony will sell 53.5 million PlayStation 4 consoles by the end of this year, "giving Sony an early advantage over its competitors in terms of the size of the addressable market for its VR headset." Release

> Intel and LG are teaming to target the connected car with 5G technology. Connected World article

> The Lumia 1020 and the HTC One M8 are missing from the list of phones receiving Microsoft's free Windows 10 Mobile upgrade. PC World article

> GM said OnStar will continue to play a major role in the company's efforts to offer autonomous cars and other such services. Engadget article

> Digital Tech Consulting blasted arguments presented by T-Mobile on the FCC's repacking schedule for TV broadcasters in the upcoming incentive auction. FCC filing

Telecom News

> Cincinnati Bell may be planning to wind down capital spending on its fiber build starting in 2017, but in the meantime the provider has built an aggressive foundation from which it can deliver a series of high-speed services in Cincinnati to residential and business customers. Article

Cable News

> Charter Communications President and CEO Tom Rutledge pocketed a modest 1.6 percent raise in 2015, bringing home $16.4 million in compensation, according to a Charter SEC filing. Article

And finally… A smartphone app is being used to investigate impact injuries in the NFL. Article