Google to introduce 'buy' button; PTel ups data to 10 GB for $60

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> Huawei said it expects strong smartphone sales in Southeast Asia. Article

> GoPro plans to offer a service that will wirelessly synch a user's videos to the cloud. Article

> Jawbone said Fitbit is stealing its employees. Article

> Target's CEO said he would like to use Apple Pay in his stores, but first wants to complete the transition to using secure chip-and-PIN credit cards. Article

> Google is reportedly poised to begin offering a "buy" button. Article

> The LG G4 smartphone will hit Verizon Wireless stores June 4. Article

> GM plans to offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in its Chevy cars. Article

> MVNO PTel Mobile and its Giv Mobile brand increased their $60 per month offerings up to 10 GB of data. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Mobile Experts found New York City has recently reached 2013 Super Bowl levels of traffic density in its hotspots. Industry Voices

> Japan's DoCoMo is taking steps to eliminate passwords and to advance iris recognition technology. Article

Telecom News

> TDS Telecom may not be the largest telco, but its ongoing buildout of 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service in Tier 2 and Tier 3 markets is driving more existing and new users to purchase higher broadband speeds of 100 and 300 Mbps. Article

Cable News

> Gracenote, a prominent provider of metadata services to the pay-TV industry, has announced the $54 million purchase of to several sports data services and the launch of its new Gracenote Sports division. Article

> European telecom magnate Patrick Drahi told a French parliamentary hearing Wednesday that Charter Communications' $56.7 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable is actually a win for his burgeoning Altice SA telecom empire. Article

And finally… EA is adding women to its FIFA soccer video games. Article

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