Huawei plans to use sapphire displays in future smartphones; ZTE wins ruling against InterDigital

Quick news from around the Web.

> Google is planning to offer accounts to children under the age of 13. Article

> Google's forthcoming YouTube music service will reportedly be called Music Key and will offer offline support, background audio and a range of other features. Article

> LG plans to use the interface on its G3 smartphone across most of its new devices. Article

> Huawei said the successor to its Ascend P7 smartphone will have a sapphire display. Article

> Smart watch company Pebble has hired a handful of designers who worked on the webOS TV interface. Article

> The designer behind the popular Flappy Bird game plans to release a new game this week called Swing Copters. Article

> ZTE won a recent patent infringement ruling against InterDigital. Article

Mobile Developer News

> "Like" it or not, Facebook's developer program change is the right decision. Editor's Corner

> Releasing and submitting what they create to app stores takes up the least amount of time for developers, according to a recent survey released by Evans Data Corp. Article

Telecom News

> Telstra is playing into its global customers' mobile nature by introducing a cloud-based unified communications (UC) service that it said can enable business customers to communicate and collaborate regardless of their location. Article

> Cincinnati Bell is gearing up for the Sept. 8 debut of its 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) Fioptics residential broadband data service with its "Light up Cincinnati" campaign. Article

Cable News

> New York-based Cablevision is the priciest U.S. pay TV operator, according to new SNL Kagan research, with customers paying an average of $152.72 a month for bundled video and broadband services. Article

> A new Simple.tv feature enables users to share recorded shows. Article

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