Incentive auction kicks off; T-Mobile launches 'Tourist Plan'

More wireless news from across the web:

> The FCC's auction of 600 MHz spectrum kicks off today. Broadcasting & Cable article

> T-Mobile introduces 'Tourist Plan' for visitors to the U.S. Press release

> Sprint names Nelly Pitocco as vice president of enterprise sales for the central U.S. Press release

> Nearly one in four people abandon mobile apps after only one use. TechCrunch article

Mobile Developer News

> Microsoft is luring developers to Skype with a new Business App SDK Preview. Article

Telecom News

> Verizon says its pending acquisition of XO Communications' assets won't hinder competition. Article

Wireless Tech News

> T-Mobile is fighting a proposal by AT&T and EchoStar to give primary status to satellite earth stations operating in the 28 GHz band. Article

Cable News

> Apple rose to third in global set-top revenues in 2015. Article

And finally… Hedy Lamarr's FBI file is 'shockingly slim.' Article

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