Google and LG tweak Nexus 5 production; Kik reaches 100M users

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@FierceWireless: Cisco cuts long-term revenue, earnings targets. Article via @reuters[email protected]

> ARM Holdings purchased Geometrics, which provides graphics technologies for video games. Article

> Google and LG have tweaked the Nexus 5 to address issues around the gadget's speaker and buttons. Article

> A court has agreed to allow HTC to sell its One mini in the United Kingdom. Article

> Isis now supports Visa cards from Wells Fargo. Article

> According to a new research report from analyst firm Berg Insight, the shipments of cellular M2M devices in industrial automation reached 760,000 worldwide in 2013. Release

> Google is reportedly preparing to design its own chips, in a move that could threaten Intel. Article

> Kik reported that it now has 100 million users. Article

Telecom News

> Telstra Global said it enhanced its cloud service with a Cisco Master Partner certification. Article

> Consolidated Communications is putting its Texas fiber network to work by expanding its enterprise and commercial services reach into the Dallas-Fort Worth market. Article

Mobile Developer News

> How are app developers responding to Instagram Direct? Article

Cable News

> NCTA broke from Comcast with its new support for an "examination of retransmission consent regime." Article

> Time Warner Cable said earlier this week it plans to drop Comcast's New England Cable News on Dec. 31, sparking a backlash from some subscribers and legislators in the region. Article

And finally… Meet the iPhone Air. Article

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