Former GSMA chief Rob Conway passes away; Huawei announces Android gaming console, Tron

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@FierceWireless: Closing Windows: Microsoft and its platforms are nowhere to be found at CES. Article via @verge[email protected]

> Snapchat finally apologized for leaking user data. Article

> Huawei released an Android gaming console, the Tron mini-console. Article

> The GSMA announced that former CEO Rob Conway passed away from his battle with cancer. Article

> A new report potentially shows Nokia's planned Android device. Article

> Samsung said its Galaxy devices are not the only ones affected by a security gap. Article

> According to a new report, Apple is making headway in the corporate world. Article

> AT&T selected Amdocs to bill for its connected car services. Article

> Windows products were few and far between at the recent CES show. Article

> Nokia updated its Windows Phones to support folders. Article

Telecom News

> Calix warned that Q4 2013 revenue will be 3.6 percent to 8 percent lower than it initially forecast due to slower than expected sales to service providers. Article

> Tw telecom said it extended its Ethernet network to Telehouse's Manhattan data center. Article

Cable News

> Set-top vendor Pace said Thursday that it generated $190 million in adjusted EBITA last year, which was a 20 percent gain compared to the cash flow it generated in 2012. Article

> WWE will launch a 24-hour streaming video network on Feb. 24, opting to pursue over-the-top distribution instead of striking carriage deals with pay TV providers, Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon announced late Wednesday. Article

And finally… Can you tell these fake CES products apart from the real ones? Article

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