Google looks at wireless charging; AT&T suffers network outage

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Google is reportedly testing wireless charging in its autonomous cars. IEEE article

> AT&T reportedly suffered a network outage in Idaho. East Idaho News article

> Google and others are working on ways to allow users to move beyond passwords. WSJ article

Mobile Developer News

> Appnique, Enola Labs and Gummicube are shaping the techniques to boosting an app's visibility. Feature

> You're never too old to become an app developer -- just ask Donald Rumsfeld. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> GTT is on the buying path again, announcing that it has acquired Internet and managed services provider Telnes Broadband for $18 million. Article

> Vyve Broadband, a service provider focused on serving Tier 2 and 3 markets, is bringing 1 Gbps services to customers in northeast Oklahoma, where broadband choices are few and far between. Article

Cable News

> Viacom's Philippe Dauman stridently defended his leadership, as well as the company's recent decision to give him a raise and appoint him executive chairman, as weak cable network performance dragged down Viacom profits once again in the most recent fiscal quarter. Articles

> Time Warner Cable has ended a 12-year partnership with the ad agency that handles its creative services, Ogilvy & Mather New York. Article

And finally… Amazon is now quietly building a global logistics business. Article

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