Google works to enable faster mobile websites; Samsung Pay to expand its presence in China

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Google is working to standardize code to make mobile websites more responsive. Fortune article

> IHS predicts the policy management virtualization market will hit $2.8 billion by 2020. Press release

> Samsung Pay will expand its presence in China with Alibaba's Alipay. Wall Street Journal report

Telecom News

> San Jose, California is poised to approve Google Fiber's plan to install 1 Gbps fiber optic cable across the city. Article

European Wireless News

> Western Europe saw a 6 percent year-over-year decline in smartphone shipments during the first quarter, according to GfK. Article

Cable News

> Senator Orrin Hatch is concerned about copyright protections in the FCC's set-top proposal. Article

And finally… The U.K. Post office pulled the plug on its effort to establish an MVNO. Article

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