HTC outs M8 Two smartphone; Ingram Micro to handle Google's Project Ara rollout in Puerto Rico

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> Ingram Micro Mobility said it will handle the forward logistics (including product receipt, print customization of the device's many modules, product assembly and consumer packaging, and delivery of devices to consumers and through additional channels) for Google's Project Ara launch in Puerto Rico. Release

> Google said it cut the number of malware threats in Android in half. Article

> AT&T and Pine Cellular announced a spectrum license exchange covering parts of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Article

> The FCC has now opened the door to net neutrality lawsuits by sending the rules to the Federal Register. Article

> Chinese users reportedly are largely uninterested in Apple's new phone trade-in program. Article

> Google failed in its effort to get rid of a lawsuit accusing the company of disclosing personal information from its Google Wallet users to outside app developers. Article

> Corning announced it purchased distributed antenna system vendor iBwave Solutions. Article

> Much like Apple does with its older iPhones, HTC is selling an upgraded, less expensive version of last year's One M8, which is dubbed the M8 Two. Article

> The European Commission is moving forward with an antitrust case against Google. Article

> LG Electronics is likely preparing to begin selling the rumored G4 smartphone. Article

> Intel gave its CEO a 17 percent raise. Article

> Cisco said it will purchase Embrane to improve its data center offerings. Article

> According to a new report, two out of every three Apple Pay users in the United States have reported a problem at checkout. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Novatel Wireless CEO Alex Mashinsky, who joined the company about one year ago, says that in order to succeed in the Internet of Things (IoT) space, you have to deliver a solution to a problem better than your competition. Article

> Ruckus Wireless is trying to stir up the Wi-Fi industry with the introduction of what it claims is the industry's first Wi-Fi access point based on Wave 2 features of the 802.11ac standard, enabling multi-gigabit Wi-Fi performance and "unprecedented" capacity. Article

Telecom News

> Verizon Enterprise Solutions and Deloitte have developed an alliance to deliver a set of security and risk management services they say will help businesses not only prepare, but also respond and recover from cyberattacks. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network representatives confirmed that the company's just-announced contract extension with HBO will include access to the premium channel on Dish's new over-the-top pay-TV service, Sling TV. Article

> Comcast has hatched a plan to challenge the growing 1 Gbps broadband trend led by AT&T and Google Fiber with plans to offer a symmetrical 2 Gbps service to 1.5 million customers in Atlanta beginning next month, and ultimately extending the service to a total of 18 million homes by the end of 2015. Article

And finally… China is protesting Google's decision not to accept website security certificates issued by the China Internet Network Information Center. Article